You and I Sail The World
You and I sail the world
You and I cross the equator.
You and I visit Oceania
You and I discover every ocean.
You and I sleep together
You and I rock together.
You and I pray together
You and I break bread together.
You and I rise together
You and I climb together.
You and I dine together
You and I laugh together.
You and I lock hands together
You and I cry together.
You and I dock together
You and I are at home together.
You and I dance together
You and I embrace life together.
You and I grow old together
You and I always in line together.
You and I sing of joy together
You and I celebrate life together.
In life and till death does us part
Together, our spirits are together.
You and I make love together
Over and over again together,
Each time you and I harvest love together
New experiences in love making together.
No reason to invent new verbs
No rhyme or reason for old listings
No rhyme or reason for future listings
Did not choose one verb over the other
Or prefer one verb to another,
Or deliberately line them behind each other
There is lots of love left in these old tested formats.
No need to hip hope our hip hype our everlasting love,
For our love is unchained and is:
Free to wander
Free to adjust
Free to expand
Free to flow
Free to grow
Free just to be
From me to you
And you to me!
September 28 2011
Copyright Leaking Pen 2011
Rev Nov 4th 2014
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