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Speak To Me Then
by Rani Turton
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Speak to me, then, softly and low
Speak to me about all the places that you’ve known
Tell me about your life and why
Your eyes, your hands, your face
Remind me of things long gone by

Speak to me then, about your feelings and fears
I’ll listen, I promise, I never will stop
Your flow of words, the timbre of your voice
Gives me shivers and leaves me no choice

Speak to me then about passion and pain
And I will listen until it is dawn again
Your voice is so low, so beautiful, so grave
It sets alight the stars in the night;
Your voice is what when the years spin by
The missing substance that I will crave;
Your voice will bring the tears to my eyes
Years later at every sunrise.

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December 13, 2012
More By: Rani Turton
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Comments on this Poem

Comment what a beautiful composition!

Rupradha
12/14/2012 01:20 AM

Comment Weaving nostalgia for the future!

Raj
12/13/2012 11:39 AM




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