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Imagining Us Together

Underneath this golden elm each June day
On fallen leaves of yellow, white and green
While odours demanding boyhood dreams play
And around me ducks fly and splash and preen
What should I do but think of you my love?
Drink deeply your summer heat as mine fades
Wishing to inhale again while you move
Within my sight, a beauty my heart raids,
Then underneath this golden elm wide spread,
On fallen leaves of yellow, white and green
I can drink away the on coming dread
Of winter without you and love unseen.
I touch the golden green leaves of your eyes,
Blow them from my fingers - my body sighs.

By David A. Doolan

© 2019 David A. Doolan (All rights reserved)


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