Michael P. McParland

Gold Star - 82,635 Points (July 19 1983)

Waking Thoughts - Poem by Michael P. McParland

As I arise Mozart still playing to ease and soothe
my headache happy wakeful thoughts turn to my love.
Remember sweet lady how I adore classical music
and it makes me happy too even though I have a sad poem about it.
You'll remember how Mozart, Chopin, and classical
all around is a deep love and passion of mine.
So as I arise this morning my headache mostly gone
my loving morning thoughts turn to you sweet one.

My wakeful thoughts turn to you so my day will be
bright and the skies the proper happy blue they
should always be for thoughts of you chase the sad blues away,
wakeful thoughts of you help the day start right
with a big bright happy smile on my face.

In my waking thoughts I hope that you slept well
and had beautiful dreams as well.
I hope and wonder if you saw me there so I could
hold you close and kiss you tell you how much
I deeply care love and miss you too.
So we can just snuggle on our blanket gazing
at each other smiling lighting up our lives.
I see you all the time and it gives me strength and pride.

Oh my happy waking thoughts are of you smiling and
holding me as bright and breezy Mozart pieces play,
I'm filled with cheer and hope knowing that our days
will soon come and we can just talk and talk sharing
everything being who we are because we love
each other for ourselves.
My waking thoughts are cheery ones of you sweet love
now please smile for me and light the sky.
I love you deeply and oh so truly my bright and heavenly Angel Bride.

Topic(s) of this poem: smile, true love


Poet's Notes about The Poem

As I awoke 10 minutes ago Mozart playing I smiled with bright happy loving thoughts of you Kira P. ILYF

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Poem Submitted: Friday, March 20, 2015

Poem Edited: Friday, December 23, 2016


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