Sylvia Johnston Birlingnair

(Galena, Missouri)

Sail With The Breeze - Poem by Sylvia Johnston Birlingnair

We'll sail through the night on a gentle breeze
as free as a bird & wild as the seas

We'll sail through the night till the break of dawn
and watch the sunrise on a misty morn.

We'll find an island where we'll rest awhile
where flowers grow with sweet camomile

We'll swim & stroll through a leafy glen
then we'll sail away across the sea again

Beneath the black velvet sky of night
we'll watch out island go out of sight

We'll sleep to the rhythm of the gentle waves
and wake again to a bright new day
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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