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Poems By Poet Peter S. Quinn  7/14/2014 10:10:35 AM
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  245.     

If I Were A Fairy

If I were a fairy
I'd always be with you
My gray bearded and hairy
Leprechaun in blue
We could be so close
In endless wishing dreams
Where the summer grows
Thru twilight sage beams

If I were a queen
And you were a king
In kingdom of evergreen
Where soft breezes sing
We could give our heart
Flowing endlessly in beat
Where melodies impart
And other worlds meet

If there was no realty
Determined by conclusion
And you would all see
With eyes of illusion
We could be in a dream
King and a queen
Where vague ways seem
The only ones seen
 
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  246.     

If You Believe In Dreams

If you believe in dreams
Don’t let them go away
For everything then seems
Just an ordinary lonely day
To have a playful thought
You need your conjecture
To untie that reality knot
Show that multihued texture

So give yourself a try
In exiting things to come
And ask never reasons why
Grounds for ordinary some
They are just standing there
To make you worry more
Of each of them be aware
What they have all in store

Dreams must have rainbows
Show how they came to be
Try finding gold pot glows
From nothing of the ordinary
You might their tricks learn
And how time is not there
How everything again will turn
And being to each fancy fair

If you believe in dreams
Don’t let them go away
For everything then seems
Just an ordinary lonely day
To have a playful thought
You need your conjecture
To untie that reality knot
Show that rainbow texture
 
Peter S. Quinn
   
 

   
   
 

  247.     

I'll Walk Your Heart

I'll walk your heart,
Side by side;
Into the night,
And be your guide.

Like sunrise beams,
Or steps in ways;
Together dreams,
That never stays.

And what we believe,
Will never be gone;
From where we start,
Out into the sun.

I'll walk your heart,
From wrong or right;
I'll be your dream,
And there I'll abide.

If you want my heart,
Come steal it away;
But know my warning,
It knows of none nay.
 
Peter S. Quinn
   
 

   
   
 

  248.     

I'm in Love of Every Day

I'm in love of every day
As I meet the morning
Songs that rise and play
When light is returning
Hour's trots of daybreak
Finding their path again
Feelings of the early wake
Over the valley and glen

I'm in love with the new
Rising with the sun gleam
Like every hope that's true
In first sight's of its beam
When love's like glow in sky
Giving its earliest of begin
Colors that meets the eye
In beginning of hourly spin

I'm in love with eve of light
The cherry colors and red
The day of diminishing flight
When dreams again spread
And nocturnal pathways rise
In mystical reins of reflection
Through timeless space it flies
By castle in sky connection
 
Peter S. Quinn
   
 
 
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