Glorious Day (poem)

Glorious Day (poem)

San Francisco : CA : USA | Feb 25, 2013 at 11:28 PM PST
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Secondhand Serenade - Your Call

I started this glorious day

I love you what else can I say

And like this let’s promise we’ll stay

There’s nothing can stand in our way


And we found delight in this play

In bright spring of kisses we’d stray

Such visions then came to our sight

What harm could ignite in their sway


So dazzled by life’s new array

And all that for now seemed so right

That we became blind to our plight

As something was fading away


The last of our lavish display

When we were what made the stars bright

What dreams were formed when we held tight

Our dreams in others we’d incite


But there upon our mountain’s height

A bed which legends now recite

Where you and I turn off the light

And back to back I said goodnight

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