Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Secret garden


This place was our secret garden
Where we would walk hand in hand
Sit on the grass all alone
I loved you in our magic land

We touched, we kissed, we cuddled here
We never spoke of right or wrong
We just felt right being one
And so sang our lovers song

The sun shone us every day
Our loving was quite taboo
We did wrong but didn't care
For your eyes shone for me too

Winter winds blow where we once were
Our trysting place is quite bare
You've gone to find another love
As it's the end of our affair

I'll remember you my dear
Those warm days with sunny skies
You were all mine and I yours
I'll not forget your passion's sighs

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19 comments:

  1. Never spoke of right or wrong... oh yes!

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  2. Luv the being right theme Robin

    "We just felt right being one
    And so sang our lovers song"

    much love

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    much love...

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  4. We never spoke of right or wrong
    We just felt right being one
    And so sang our lovers song

    This is so romantic!!💖

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  5. Oh, this is a lovely composition! Beautiful words that create beautiful imagery.

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  6. So sweet and romantic this is! Lovely.

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  7. Stolen moments in a secret place. Well penned.

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  8. Arlene and I had our "secret place" too. Thank you for taking me back there.

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  9. Hello from Alberta, Canada ... got here via catnip ... nice place you got here ... meouw ... Love, cat.

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    1. I still have a nest egg over there for just in case cuz u never know ... Love, cat.

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  10. Oh you old romantic, you! A secret garden - yes!

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  11. What mutual love and passion makes right, no one can turn wrong. Love this, Robin!

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  12. This reads like a song I'd like to hear you sing.

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  13. Such beautiful memories. Sadly, such happiness is often short lived.

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