You and I
The waves gave just a gentle toss,
Beneath the moonlights hue,
Mid whispers of a calming wind,
I often walked with you.
On lazy floats long rippling streams,
Where colors made us sigh,
Below the weeping willow branch,
Lay dreaming you and I.
In early morn on mountain tops,
We laughed mid pleasant days,
On winter nights beside log fires,
We talked our nights away.
When storms upon horizons brewed,
And faith grew sharply weak,
It was your arms around my neck,
Who softly kissed my cheek.
When pains of life tore at my sail,
My soul cried deep within,
Present on my darkest night,
To guard me as a friend.
Crushing heart till seemly broke,
With mind to numb to think,
Hells fury seemed to be unleashed,
I never saw you blink.
Then one day the sun came out,
Forced back the oceans tide,
As in our days of peace and joy,
We walked on side by side.
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