Time - Poem by Jane Halbrook
Click here to listen to "Time" I shall cherish each moment of the shadow of your presence.
As you move I move with you,
As the wind through the trees on a winters night.
Stop not for a moment for if my breath should touch your
breath, I would never be the same again.
My eyes are blinded by my love.
My heart has never danced so fast or screamed so loud,
as when you're near my soul.
My Life begins each time my eyes gaze into your eyes.
For yesterday has now become today and tomorrow is a twilight
Soon in a green velvet moment two will become one forever
The angels will sing as never before.
True love will have broken all dimension in time.
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