Colin Coplin

Rookie - 107 Points (Australia)

She And So I - Poem by Colin Coplin

The girl she moves like morning
A swan in the dawn sky
A new born butterfly
A potato rolling down the stairs

A smile moves across her face
Like the breeze upon a blank page
She knows the meaning of living
And at love is a terrific cook

A melody from the radio
Weaves it’s spell upon my brain
Whispering promises of after
While keeping me bound in chains

A sound comes from the guitar
My love she sings softly
She knows there is no better sound than laughter
And with a laugh goes straight to number one

From the Opera House and the theatres
Shakespeare is reborn for an hour
My love she is forever
She’s the warmth that feeds my fever
She’s the cross that I must bare

Bodies dance in the moonlight
My love she feels like sunlight
Bewitching me with her beauty
I could live in a phone a booth…
As long as she were there

Copyright Colin Coplin 1978 (updated 2010)

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 29, 2011

Poem Edited: Thursday, December 29, 2011

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