The Will Of A Lover
Sunny • on 11 years ago • 1 min read

Cover the ground with snow and white Bury the town in soft moonlight Watch the buildings flee from sight On a lovers night

Chase the flakes with a windy blow Wave them where they always go Deep in wooded forest hollow Where the trees dance slow

Lay us here, just her and I Neath the snow and a lovers sky Neath the snowflakes passing by While lonely dies

Then let the trees and the moonlight sing Let the snow and the cold wind bring These flowers and stones to form a ring And know that love’s not ending

Then bury us, just her and I Neath the snow and a lovers sky Neath the footfalls passing by While lonely dies

Poem By:Ben Paynter


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