The Transfer Of Relief - Poem by Richard Steinmueller
The light in your eyes can brighten this whole town,
When the stars are masquerading with the clouds.
If they danced away and said their goodbyes,
Gracefully alongside the moon.
Well I wouldn’t mind, would you?
So let your hair down,
Lay down to lighten the load.
If I can breathe then you can too.
Just lay your head down,
Lay down right by my side.
When your hands are cold,
I’ll make sure mine are warm.
You’ve got a long day in the morning,
So don’t spend the night alone.
I’ve always been a nervous wreck,
And tonight I see you are too.
The transfer of relief,
From my reborn soul to you.
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