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Discussion in 'Emotional Romantic' started by zaac, Oct 10, 2011.

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    someone mentioned i make a change. i couldnt resist the play on words. have a good un.

    As I play my old piano,
    i'm thinkin on a rhyme;
    of way back when I first saw love
    was looking through my eyes.

    If there ever was a lover,
    so completely made for me,
    she would pray for deeper water
    'round the chords of middle sea.

    I would tell her of my heart;
    how it aches to feel her touch,
    and the songs we write in whisperings
    to God, and man, and love.

    I trail my fingers;
    she responds,
    in ways that coax my smile.
    And finds me in the loving,
    dreaming all the while.

    Like the gentle rest, a butterly
    delighting softly on her shoulder,
    I'd walk the left up toward her heart,
    to the place where she's left smoldering

    she would sing to me of pleasure
    of gifts, and dreams, and plans
    in a voice that always tells me
    she will always hold my hand

    And as I play my old piano,
    I feel beneath my palms
    just who this love might be
    in every note of every song.

    Yes, she's my old piano,
    giving wings of song from pain
    a thoughtful, gentle smile
    every time she says my name.

    If I could find a lover,
    who could touch me in this way,
    I'd marry her within the hour,
    but my piano's here to stay.

    Posted By zaac | Oct 10, 2011

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