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Aug 2010
The promenade was lovely,
The lights shone over us,
And moonlight shimmered magically,
The fireflies made a fuss.

Before we knew it, there it was,
A violin quartet,
I leaned towards you "Marry me" i said,
And how you wept.

You stood there, silent for a while,
At first i thought i blew it,
Then, tenderly you held me close,
And sighed to me "Let's do it".

But still unsure, i pulled away to see your ice blue eyes,
The smile upon your lovely face was such a sweet surprise,
"I vow to spend forever with you dear, i love you babe",
And here we are, just you and me, a couples serenade.
eileen mcgreevy
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