Michael Peterson

(Janesville, Wisconsin)

Romance in the Park


The rolling hills, lovely meadows
Trees of all sizes and types
many bushes lining the trails
The might river cutting thru the park
The water flow so gently
Ducks and geese flowing endlessly
the birds singing from the trees
finding the right shaded place
for you and I to enjoy the scene
a spot by the river, not to close
spread the blanket towards the sun
ready for a beautiful sunset to come
a basket full of food and drinks
ready for a romantic dinner
Two glasses of wine and plates to share
a bouquet of rose for my sweets
A radio to play our songs
To cuddle and dance too
Remember the wonderful times
for our love has grown with time
Whispering sweet lovins
Kissing and holding you so tight
Thanking god for the beautiful angel
That has descended into my world
A painting of us still in time
Hoping this night never ends
Mother nature and God's angels together brings heaven to me
The wonders of beauty and Love
We live for this beautiful moment everyday
As the sun sets the light brings out you
a sculpture beautifully crafted
A desire to make everyone admire
A smile to melt all the hearts
As we stroll thru the park
You bring out the beauty of all
Like a flower in the wild
I pick the most gorgeous flower from the garden bed
This park is our place and shares our love
May we spend many days and night in love
In the park where we cherish our love

Submitted: Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 10, 2013
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beautiful park and a gorgeous love brings heaven close to us

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