I remember my sweet dog Lucy
Who was one when I was born
The only pet I ever had
She was there each and every morn.
She looked like a curly mop
With soft, springy, silky hair
She spoke to me through her eyes
A dog like her was very rare.
Lucy never was put on a leash
She always stayed in the yard
Swoosh went her tail when we called
And for our house she was a guard.
When my sister and I were young
We laid on her and pulled her tail
She never barked and never bit
Her sweetness endured without fail.
When she was old she broke her leg
An operation made her lame
A second break we knew was bad
She died and our lives were not the same.
On a gentle breeze
Throughout the day,
The waves can take
Your breath away!
They come with
Hurtling bound of force
To slosh against
The rocky turf.
What they took.
What love has I,
That dares to enter your soul.
I never knew that I thou love you still the more.
Thou I watch from a far,
Your beauty is as radiant as the sun.
I’d love to, jump to your window at night,
To have you hear my sweet song.
Your eyes have captured
Me from a distance.
Your beauty has captured me too.
Where to begin is the
Hardest thing to do.
For I am in love with you.
I have watched from a distance.
But I think it’s time
To show my true intentions to you.
Here I come!
Who am I, you ask me.
I am just someone who wants to be:
A gentleman, when times are called.
But I especially want to be who I really am meant to be;
A boy at heart.
Mornings have fresh
Breezes from time to time,
When life drinks from the night,
And with each passing light.
Mornings have sweet
Music from time to time,
When creatures awake
From their sleepy slumber,
To trod upon the ground
With each passing round.
Those who live in eternity to,
Remember the present day.
Speak of life which wakes the universe.
From its soft peaceful sleep,
This will bring the breath at hand.