By: Robert Anderson


a flight throughout a comely dream
with one who held me once before
deep in reformative serenity
and drenched in love forevermore
guided high above the clouds
there by her light and unconfined
i only want to know the embrace
which brings the stars to perfectly align
then dance that beauty into a life
that burns its depth and never dies
how could i not sense by the way
she looks at me and softly sighs
that only fate could conjure this
and so i breathe a perfect vow
and whisper it deep within her soul
we'll meet again one day somehow
goodbye, goodbye she whispers true
with tears i smile and never dare
to utter hopelessness to her
i now hold her within a prayer
i'll always think of what she meant
and how we didn't have the time
to be together more often than not
my belov├ęd for whom the angel's chime


Robert Anderson


Daily Quote: “Perhaps they are not stars, but rather openings in heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through
and shines down upon us to let us know they are happy.”
--Eskimo Proverb


Linguist Corner-SPANISH: verdadero / adjective /real
Example:
-Su verdadero nombre era Francisco.
His real name was Francisco.
-Diana: su verdadera historia
Diana: Her True Story


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Posted by V. Mahfood - 2010
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