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  • Morning in my memory

    A sappy clicheic love song I wrote at 21
    one of the first that I actually composed music for



    MORNING IN MY MEMORY

    There’s a morning in my memory
    Of the sunlight in your eyes
    Makes me think how much you mean to me
    Like loves eternal sky’s
    As I grow older
    You grow nearer to me
    We both forget our empty past
    No more worries of how it used to be
    With a strong love our time will last
    Too many days I’ve spent away from you
    Too many nights we’ve slept apart, alone
    Within my heart
    I hold you close to me
    Within your heart
    I found a home
    There are no words
    To tell my love for you
    Only acts and space and time
    It may take all of eternity
    For you to become finally mine

    RDS
    THE SECOND

    Please excuse the sticky sap you might have to wash your eyes out after reading this one! Thank You

  • #2
    It covers well known tropes of the love lyric, the second, which would work a treat set to music, I'm sure. I'm interested in how it ends: that for all the intimacy, you hadn't yet attained her entirely, and maybe would not for a very long time.

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    • #3
      Mr. G Hayes This was so long ago! I lived and died so many other lives. It was my first real adult relationship. I was twenty , she, twenty nine, divorced with a ten year old son. We spent nine wonderful years together. I am blessed for the relationship and experience. Thank You!!!!!!

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      • #4
        Lovely.

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        • #5
          Nothing wrong with something written from your heart. It's quite lovely, as RLW said. ''Within your heart / I found a home'' Very nice, The second!

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          • #6
            This is a very tender and loving tribute to a relationship that lasted nine years longer than most would have predicted. Very enjoyable Ts!

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