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  4001.     

There’s Welcome And A Farwell

Give me summer sunshine
Every day from now on
Draw a counterpart line
In everything that's now done
Summerset and every mood
With the clouds above
That from sky has blued
Like red roses summer love

Ever difference that we had
That has now gone away
Little thoughts you may add
Coming through for a day
In anytime and anyplace
Where our heart will meet again
With their counter parting ways
Searching for each little grain

Blue moon and red sun
Flowers past and going by
Feelings that are on the run
Any color from the sky
Shine on baby to my need
With each story to tell
There’s tick tack for each speed
There’s welcome and a Farwell
 
Peter S. Quinn
   
 

   
   
 

  4002.     

There's A Love Song Awaiting

There's a love song awaiting,
For the summer to come in;
Every old memory deleting,
That's not of the same spirit kin.

I've been lonesome this winter,
With hardly anything to do;
Now I'll be joining the spring tinter,
This comes with shades new.

The country's bringing in wisdom,
Teaching you love and passion;
In every little summer blossom,
That into the winter had gone.

All the love in trees and leaves,
Conjuring every new breath;
Breezing away old dark grieves,
Awaking the summer from death.

There's a love song awaiting,
Holding not to a frosty memory;
Everything grayness debating,
Setting all the colors again free.
 
Peter S. Quinn
   
 

   
   
 

  4003.     

There's A Songbird

There's a songbird in my soul,
It's singing there only for me;
About this world's rigmarole,
Or the deep feelings - cravingly.
There's a love song in the clouds,
Drifting by the nights and days;
Far above the working crowds,
Going through to the endways.

There's a songbird in my soul,
And it's always feeling too sad;
What's the point with life's goal,
If all the love is turning out bad.
Carried away in a gentle touch,
What are my lonely feelings for?
I must just remember inasmuch,
That nothing is here forevermore.

There's a songbird that's singing,
Of its feelings from yesterdays;
And to staying memories abiding,
Past love like withering bouquets.
 
Peter S. Quinn
   
 

   
   
 

  4004.     

There's A Time

There's a time
There's a reason,
There's a love song
For each season;
And there's a time
On heaven's high,
For every hour
Before it'll die.

Like you and I
Awake the mind,
With each true try
That we can find;
Before the last
Of song be sung,
And we are past
Just gone along.

For the river is
Clear water still,
And songs like this
Will stream up hill;
Keep on flowing
Towards the sea,
On and on growing
Inside to be free.
 
Peter S. Quinn
   
 
 
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