Treasure Island

the prolific penman


When I Knew


The birds sang an unforgettable song on the day
We first met the bees although out of season
Made the sweetest honey just for us to taste.

While the sun shinned the warmest rays down
Upon us that's when I knew that I could be
In love with you.

The wind whistled through the trees slow and low
Just so we could dance as the leaves swirled
Around us happily ever after forever was the tune
That was playing.

I can still hear to this day we danced on what seemed
Like an endless cloud of love we went higher than the
Most natural high to a place familiar that we knew by
Smell alone.

That’s when I could tell that I had fallen under
Love’s spell plus that you were the one for
Me and furthermore that I could forever love you.
Copyright © 2010 ~ the prolific penman

Submitted: Friday, June 14, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 30, 2013
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