********** A Sunny Day **********
It was a sunny day,
With you shinning bright,
You being my sun,
And lighting my life with your light.
The day turns to noon,
You call me down,
I come in a hurry,
To hear you say we’re going downtown.
I hold you with a sheepish smile,
To my surprise you say we are travelling a mile,
We go riding down the roads,
Cutting the winds that flowed.
I can see you in the mirror,
You appear to me like my teddy bear,
Unsure of telling you how much I love you baby,
Making me nervous and gabby.
We returned back,
I found myself amused by your knack,
Surprised and amazed I went inside,
My eyes filled with pride.
I found the photo you developed,
Felt the love that you enveloped,
Thank you baby for this perfect day,
I wish you always be my sunny ray.
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