Treasure Island

David Lessard


Heart and Soul


I will drink your coffee,
and I will drink your tea;
I'll eat the food you bring,
you can't get rid of me.

I'll be there in the morning,
the afternoon and night;
when the day is dark,
and when the day is bright.

I'll take each trip with you,
I will not stay at home;
for like yourself my friend,
I am content to roam.

I'll sing at life's charades,
moan at life's great sorrows;
be with you for the moment,
and with all your tomorrows.

I will laugh at deadlines,
weep when you fall down;
take joy in your successes,
I will always be around.

I'll make your day content,
on every morning stroll;
be with you throughout life,
I am your heart and soul.

Submitted: Saturday, December 14, 2013
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