Glorious Day (poem)
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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

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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

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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

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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

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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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