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The Many Moments (poem)

Updated on May 23, 2015

Recall the many moments we passed here

Just drifting off to ever by our stream

To paradise and more would passions steer

As lovers lavished lifetimes by a dream


Each kiss a memory with something more

Caresses which taught splendors how to sway

Soft eyes which whispered wonders to explore

By wishes’ waters were we swept away


So many were the seasons we returned

Refreshed by music our stream would unfold

One sunset was our Joy with teardrops spurned

The things of once familiar had grown old


Was then our stream would guide us to the sea

Where many moments found eternity


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      Shauna L Bowling 2 years ago from Central Florida

      Beautiful, Martin. I love the purity and simplicity of this piece.