What Can I Say About You? - Poem by Yoseph Lupu
Eve, do you remember when,
We both were out there?
When flowers used to embrace our hands,
And their blossom, got over lands?
And when I gave you my word,
On how much I love my Lord,
And how much I appreciate you,
That only nice things, for, I will do.
Like, taking you with me, every time,
That will make, the sun to shine,
And we will talk and laugh,
On things and events, on every gaffe.
I really must confess, that,
Your concern about my hat,
Gave me an idea, and I
Will apply, even if I don't know why!
However, I want you to know,
That my feelings have much amour, for you,
For what you do,
And in special, for your menu!
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