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Beneath the Summer Breeze
Your eyes beneath the summer breeze,
Your glance before the mountain range,
A philosophic walk through earth,
Your heart inspires me to change.
A change of heart, a sudden turn,
My soul has left and come again.
And though with flames my passion burns,
I must show patience and restraint.
The second act of my own play:
The second I read out your name
I knew that something was at work,
A Holy plan, so I proclaim.
I see you with a solemn glance,
While I pretend my heart is yours,
Yet trapped as in a lovesick trance,
I realize I'm by my own.
Will it ever change, my fate?
Or shall I be confined in love's
Unending forest, and await
In lonely tides without your love?
I pray that I don't just move on,
But live with you in heart or truth,
And age with bliss and love forgone,
Forever hidden in our youth.
Randolph L Wilson
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