To stroll in the valley for all it's worth
So to ascend the pinnacle of our love.
Watching you mow the fuzz and spread white foam
and the scented aftershave on your face.
As we easy walk in the light of lightening bugs
Afore being disturbed by mating calls of katydids.
Then again lulled by the music of chickadees.
You're the lyrics of my song that
resonates under the silver moon.
We'll cherish the rolling tides of love
And you the brightest star in heavens
and my rising sun 'til I go down…
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