Heather Burns


Lets Steal Away Poem by Heather Burns


Lets you
and
I steal
away,
to some
enchanted
kingdom
by the bay.

In
dreamland
I'll wait
for you,
together
we'll make
dreams
come true.

Somewhere
along the
milky way,
we'll
engage
in blissful
play.

A magical
ring is all
we need,
our power
of love to
succeed.

I'll take the
ring
present
it to you,
that is all
we need
to do.

On a magic
carpet fly
away,
To some
enchanted
kingdom
by the bay.

Submitted: Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 11, 2013

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