Treasure Island

Blossom Mist

(24 February 1978 / India)

Love Song


Crazed was the day...
When I heard them say! ! !

We found a love song intact
I dashed out to see is that a fact....

What I saw was a very cute scene
People holding hands with flowers umpteen

My lips curved in an instant smile
I laughed aloud after a while

The valley wore a silken shine
I thought of you my valentine

With no further ado, or time to waste
I rushed back to the tavern in haste

I wrote my own lil love song
Dressed in my red gown nice and long

Got some lilies and a few orchids
Wrapped them neatly and had them hid

As the clock chimed you walked thru the door
Dropped on your knee, n said will you be mine once more

I laughed again and gave you a peck
You lifted me in your arms and said ' what the heck...'

As we join the crowd dancing all along
All I could see was love in the air and our love song...

Submitted: Saturday, March 03, 2012

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