The Touch Of Spring - Poem by Michael Reston
Afraid of letting go? Let me tell you a little something…
I’m not going anywhere in particular
A little touch of spring in your step and the air
What if I kiss you sweetly?
What if I tease you neatly?
What if I miss completely?
Never again, never again
A little haze of summer the scent of your hair
What if I asked you over?
Picked you a four-leaf clover
Told you that I’m a rover
Never again never again
So they say that love is limited only by your imagination
If that’s true I must have lots of ways to give my love to you
And if this is love then I’m all right with this consideration
Tell yourself that we have many days and have enough to do
A little stardust sprinkled with genuine care
What if I held you tightly?
What if I saw you nightly?
We have enough to do
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