(be Strong Now) My Night With Her In August

Poem By Justin Gildow

I can see the nightingale sing
Our love's more colorful than a starling
Take my hand, and be strong now, girl
Cuz it's our heart shaped world

My night with her in August
We saw the moon
We laid down on the ground
And let's pray
That this feeling won't leave us too soon

The stars are out
Out and about
And we see a shooting star
Above us as we look out there that far

The silver moon and the bright stars
And the beautiful twilight
And the wonderful starlight
They all shine in your heart
And show how special you really are

Comments about (be Strong Now) My Night With Her In August

i hope u live' happily ever after'. a wondrous poem, elegant simple sweet
awwww...that's so sweet....such a beautiful write! beauty and peace with a hint of passion....truly a fantastic write! 10++
Good, strong imagery, I'm glad I got to read this.
Wow, I love how you capture the moment.

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