I will love you forever and a day
A Poem by Coyote Poetry
Written in 1978. Memories are like a good wine. Better with time.
A serene and tranquil day.
She took my hand and whisper.
“My laughing American.
Life is hard.
Love can be sweet.
Wine gets better with time.
Please come with me.
Let’s salvage our emotion and desire.”
“Youth will be discarded.
We will be exile to adults.
Who will lose the treasures of the tender touch
and the sweet sensation of true passion.”
I asks “When we lose the thrill of the dance?
Emotion and gentleness recede to children dreams.
Will only the debris of youth be left?
Will I forsake your beautiful face and memory?”
Leonard Cohen was playing softly in the small apartment.
By the light of soft burning candles.
Two shadows try to…
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