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  4197.     

What Is This Love All About

What is this love all about?
Dreams that were once here clear
Now maybe only in doubt
Coming from inside to disappear

Feelings those once were true
Bringing the distance between
Are here now all gone through
Never again to be serene

This that you gave of love
That was from long ago
Seems now like clouds far above
In their gleam and glow

All that was in involving
Trying to build and make enough
Matters in their resolving
Resolved in finesse for rough

Feelings that always should be
With each prospect of winning
Threads that we couldn’t see
But heedfully they’re spinning

Making believes of the days
Once new morning coming
Those that for futures pays
And to the whole are summing
 
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What Is Your Worrying

Now sweet intervention, what is your worrying
When everything is going so quite well
Bringing in easy inside its hurrying
Nothing though unknown you can't foretell
Days going by in their trickling vary mood
So much to take from that's a bit easy
Songs of tomorrow like yesterday’s food
Nothing so much in accomplishing breezy

Rain maybe coming on but there is still shine
Inside those daydreams that never seems to go
Feeling not upset when drawing a line
Each of our hope moving in fast or slow
Now sweet moment you are giving your touch
Lightly it is all weighed - each just so much
 
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What It Is and Then Becomes

Times are passing from new to old
And giving some spaces between
Songs of the hours you cannot hold
Anything goes that was seen
Filling the air with its manifold:
What it is and then becomes

Life as it is with assorted ways
Molded into faces of memories
Periods and reigns in many plays
Roots and branches of growing trees
 
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What Lies on the Open Road

What lies on the open road?
Ahead to my unknown future;
Everything's not easily followed,
Life can be an aimless moocher.
The days to dreaming will go
Departing from their reality
Like footsteps in the fallen snow
That one from the past will see

What lies there for you and me?
The dreams we can not hold
Coming within from nowhere free
Stories to our futures untold
Flowing through day and night
Sights that are passing by
Morning hours burning bright
Nightly glisten starry sky

You and I inside all this
Moments and minutes carrying on
Each trial in the morning bliss
Purposes that are never done
The days to each our yearning
Dices that throw each cast
Our flowers in yellow burning
To the going and departed past

*Also a song at SheetMusic Publishing
 
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