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Titanic (A Love Song)

Every day every moment
Our love I shall carry on,
As in the past when you were here
But those times are now done and gone;
In my heart you remain always
From the distance through every time,
Every day every moment
You are still with me everywhere.

How can I carry my burden lonely like this?
I long for your lips and your kiss.
How can I carry on a heart so broken?
Without your words that were never spoken.

Every day every moment
Our love I shall carry on,
And my sorrow I shall bear
But joyful moments are all gone;
You are here you are there
In my ways and all remaining days,
From the distance through time
Can you feel my lonely tear?

Moments with you I shall always miss
Belonging to you is my only wish,
How can I carry on a heart so broken?
Without your words that were never spoken.
 
Peter S. Quinn
   
 

   
   
 

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Turning And Turning

Disappearances turning and turning,
Whisperers of water and dust;
Dawn sky into red now burning,
Pleasures from forgotten lust.
Days are badgered to sky's forehead,
The open space covering it all;
Leaves from lost autumn now dead,
Winter's through bleak colors befall.

Appearances of footsteps in the snow,
Golden whirlwinds of dark thoughts;
Silence like graveyard down the row,
Nothing but the breeze there caught.
The hours leave insubstantial faces,
Crumbling earth and old erosions ruins;
For now there are no summer traces,
Only shadows in dark weaving motions.

Deep into lost something is found,
Night with the wind's hundred days;
Water in the river now ice bound,
Pleasantly glowing silver twilight's rays.
Wind carrying away words of the darks,
Murmur its babbles to the gray stones;
Into the evening singing of larks,
The nights tangled in dullness tones.
 
Peter S. Quinn
   
 

   
   
 

  131.     

Yellow Leaves Fall

Yellow leaves fall,
Summer is gone;
Winds northern brawl,
To carry cold on.
The Cicadas sing,
Sorrowful song;
And memories bring,
To each my long.

Flowers have fallen,
On to the earth;
Settled the pollen,
Each what it's worth.
Dreams I must carry,
Into my world's own;
And sunshine burry,
To night's dim gown.

White clouds and dark,
Fill up the sky;
Northern lights spark,
In tomorrow fly.
Sometime here again,
The spring will come;
Grow up with men,
New seeds blossom.
 
Peter S. Quinn
   
 

   
   
 

  132.     

#2 (From, ‘what's Really Happening-In 54 Numbers’)

Mists of clouds are everywhere,
Dust from wheels of time.
I long for you and still care,
Brawl has passed its prime.

The mirror shows me your face,
Even though you aren't here.
I remember your caring ways,
You are to me always dear.

Nothing leads to emptiness,
What will others say?
Let’s start our love again fresh,
Make blue sky out of grey.
 
Peter S. Quinn
   
 
 
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