Won´t you come with me? – A poem to you, Merenwen, Lady of my Heart.

by Feb 4, 2004Poetry

Won´t you come with me?
to hidden places for you and me
my love, my fair maiden,
the most shining star in the night.

Won´t you see the stars
with me this night?
My heart want you
by my side, tonight.

Won´t you come with me?
Forget the sorrow, my love
Hold me close
and the darkness will be gone.

Won´t you come with me?
In this cold night
when all that I need
Is your face and your eyes.

Won´t you come with me?
Will you left me alone
Waiting for your love forever
in the darkness of this land.

Won´t you come with me?
and walk with me in old woods
in a red tender sunset
When the world seems to be full of love.

Won´t you come with me?
When the fair night surround us
to see the ocean
as deep as your eyes.

Won´t you come with me?
To a place where the sorrow fades;
To heal the wounds
oof my lonely heart.

Won´t you come with me?
to hidden places for you and me
my love, my fair maiden,
the most shining star in the night.

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