Jolanta Gradowicz


We’ll Go... - Poem by Jolanta Gradowicz

We’ll go for a walk to the park,
I’ll ask you to pick a daisy for me.
Then we’ll look for a nest of a lark.
We’ll be laughing, happy and free.

We’ll sit on the unguarded beach,
I’ll pour your hand with grains of sand,
You’ll give me a cuddle and teach
How to read the lines on my hand.

We’ll go right ahead to meet the sun,
You’ll slip a little shell in my palm.
I’ll feel at last you are whole mine.
No sorrows, no tears – I’ll be so calm...

We’ll go for a walk to the park...
I’ll learn the stroll by heart - for ever.
We’ll look for a nest of the lark...
We’ll go right ahead... When? Never...

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 20, 2006

Poem Edited: Saturday, February 24, 2007


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