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  1837.     

How Can I Forget a Love Tune?

How do I forget a love tune?
Sweetly singing, still to my ears;
That once was sang in the early of June,
When there were no autumn tears.
How can I forget you completely?
When everything reminds me, still of you;
How can I set my heart once more free?
When memories keep popping up from out of the blue.
Songs I remember of your nearness,
Fading not away in the rain;
Always to remind me, and fresh,
How can I lose them all again?
How do I forget a love song?
That's enchanting my heart forever,
Why must I be tormented so long?
Will it not vanish till we are together?
How can I forget you completely?
When nights are so full of moonlight,
Yes how can my heart become free?
When love wings haven't lost their flight.
 
Peter S. Quinn
   
 

   
   
 

  1838.     

How Do You Love Me?

How do you love me?
If you don΄t tell
Is it a love of free?
Or one inside its spell
For how longer still
Will the stars shine on?
If the future will
Be lost and night gone

How true is a heart?
That feels not my love
Shall ever therein start
Some care worthy of
Or will it all be lost
In its dark going flow
That thru here’s crossed
On its departing go

How do our destines lie
If nothing is between
Only empty lost sky
With none of stars’ seen
Deep into deep dark
Oceans of its density
Where hours won't spark
From love’s propensity
 
Peter S. Quinn
   
 

   
   
 

  1839.     

How Much (from, Even Though There Are No Reasons)

How much time is on?
Every footstep you take
Before it is gone
To old yesterday's heartache
How much do I love you?
Before the night is dark
How much is close and true
In each its instance’s spark

How will true love give?
If no one is there to receive
Shall it go on and live
If it isn't there to retrieve
If ever we are lost apart
With deep oceans between
Can we again follow the heart?
From where it once has been

How much is nothing at all
When love is somewhere
If you will again call
And come on over to share
For every time’s to get around
To find out whom we are
Much the same to be found
If we have been from afar
 
Peter S. Quinn
   
 

   
   
 

  1840.     

How Soon Is Now (a song)

How soon is now
With all its endless going
That shows up somehow
Without you ever knowing
Like rain that comes
And pours from cloudy sky
In its dripping drums
Without ever asking why

How soon is here
With dreams that never pass
And go to everywhere
What might have come across
Like time standing still
With nothing more to say
And others might fulfill
Later in their own way

How soon is this
Those answers those are gone
Like a morning bliss
To carry just on and on
With nothing more to give
Just parting times near
Or remembrance to live
When something else is here
 
Peter S. Quinn
   
 
 
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