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All Things Must Past

All things must past what of day is here born
First it gives pleasure and then it is gone,
Like a glow from dawn's new rising pylon
Light of the day that to dark is forworn;
All what to fate is impaired and forlorn
Turning to echoes like fading carillon,
Forgot in darkness what once was of dawn
First it was merry - but now it is lorn.

Dwell not on that - but forget like wish,
All must wither as this summer so sweet
That in shades and beauty welter will treat;
Like every thought that will drift from a mind,
Love is the thing that gives most anguish
And like purest of truth sometimes is blind.
Peter S. Quinn

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Always Remember (from 'Always Remember')

Always remember the gone summer songs,
Constantly consider the days that were sweet
Into the instances of every young
That courses has drift on after life's treat
Flowers in the garden of shadows and light
Bringing you colors of everything
Moments of days and hours of the dim night
What you in your heart strings always shall sing

Always remember the moments of worth
They come very tenderly on their own
Trying to find you in your misty round ways
Seeds of left longings in roots of new birth
Everything coming not clearly shown
When hours so spotlessly in memory plays

*This song came 1st: http: //www.sibeliusmusic.com/cgi-bin/show_score.pl? scoreid=90807
Peter S. Quinn



among aging trees

among stretching
aging trees

from steps
of fierce warriors

a playing garden leaf
softens the ground
Peter S. Quinn

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Another Dance

Another dance with you
Will be so graceful too
Bring its hours pleasure
That we'll both treasure
The time is deep and dark
With faraway glisten spark
That embarks to our sight
In the glimpse of the night

Another dance is found
That keeps steps so round
And gracefully moving on
Till dark of the far is gone
The wings of moment's time
In flowing and in its prime
Until new coming daybreak
Clears the dark with awake

Another moment is gone
To carry its memories on
Form new to the past along
In each its dance and song
That flickered on the wall
When shades to day did fall
O dreams say now goodbye
To the coming morning sky
Peter S. Quinn
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