What Can I? - Poem by Edwina Reizer
What can I bring you today, my love?
What can I bring you today?
Shall I bring you trinkets for your hair
or would you rather keep it bare
so that I may see it free,
blowing in the breeze for me?
What can I tell you today, my love?
What can I tell you today?
Shall I tell you how you make me feel
or would you rather my lips be sealed
so that you must try to guess
what words of love I possess?
What can I give you today, my love?
What can I give you today?
Shall I give you songs within your ear?
Or would you rather me quiet dear?
So that the silence fills the air
and my gift is the love we share.
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