Whispers Of Night
Autumn's rusty romance
Love, push me gently in a cradle of ivy
embraced by rusty leaves and dreams,
enchant my ears with a song, and..please
don't go away.stay here and love me!
the scent breaks through roses' petals
as knives piercing through a chest,
their echo's sharp; the grief will last,
we won't let our feelings turn to dust!
so, these words of yours disturb the air
and strike against my curly hair..
we're on a long road taking to nowhere,
because I'm here, and you're there!
but where have all sweet whispers gone? -
maybe it was nothing but a dream..
I rise from the bed of your counscience
to wander alone the dreadful land.
still enthralled by your voice, I wander
in search of you; so calm, so tender..
but these footsteps are taking me under,
contemplating the fiery eye of the storm.
our warm hearts got together once again
blessed by autumn's rusty romance..
I kiss your lips to blossom by your side
on transparent wings of dragonflies!
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