Serenity - Poem by Kev Elmer
Come away and fly with me,
a burning desire inside.
Spread your wings and follow me,
I'll show you where I hide.
To spend some time together,
would you come anywhere I needed you?
Upon the highest mountain,
so I can set a romantic view.
Down on the waters edge,
serenity is lost and found.
This is where I'll rest,
listening to that beautiful sound.
So know you've seen the highs and lows.
Do you still want to fly with me?
This river flows to serenity,
this is where I'll eventually be.
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