Oh, My Bronzed Love Says You'll Stay… - Poem by Mark Heathcote
Oh, how can it be?
You don't wish the same sweet happiness' for me?
Surely we're not two worlds apart.
Just because I'm white and you, you are dark
Oh, cast out the stones in your own heart
Set that doubting Thomas free. Break his chains and
Drown him and find that shorelines, SOS, please
Darling right here next to me.
Oh, like a pebble plucked in the depths of a deep blue, shining, sea.
Like a dream upon a sandy shoreline reseeding
Let me rescue you.
Watched by hordes of jealous mermen come back to me again.
Oh, how envious is their lot next to mine
Now there's a rainbow
Of mixed color mingling our love under an umbrella cover of love.
Oh, my Lord there goes your Noah's dove
With an olive twig,
It's a banquet in heaven, it's a royal feast:
I guess the cherubs are the swine the pearls
And all the angels, they're only mermaid siren girls singing
When we get to dance away our blues with... wants…
Desires every night & day
Oh, my bronzed love says you'll stay…
Now there's a rainbow of color mixed under an umbrella cover of love.
15/02/00 edited 28/01/2016
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