In Vain

by MiC Lee-Price

In vain my joyless eyes,

Seek the dark and mournful sea.

Perchance a ship I would spy,

To take me home and back to thee.

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Doest thou too weep my passionate tears,

That streak my cheeks and fall like rain.

Ay, my frail heart is bound with fears,

That we shall never meet again.

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Woe is me, midst lost of words of love,

Thy gentle heart and face missed so long.

Oh, how I pray to the Gods above,

My lonely exile will soon be gone.

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On these distant shores I wait alone,

And pride forgot, and reason flown.

My heart cries out: "Please take me home...

To her caresses and playful moans."

 

 

 

 

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O’faithful wife, hadst thou kept,

Our love eternal in thy breats?

For thou hadst made no deeper love a guest;

Than this aching heart - forlorned, unblessed.

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O’ How I wish thee here with me,

So I could make sweet love to thee.

But that is not yet meant to be,

O’ curse this dark and mournful sea.

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Always and Forever I heard you say,

When I was taken that fateful day.

My love for thee will never stray,

Eternally it will always stay.

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When we meet - O’ sweet the dream;

Perchance one day we will love again.

Our love will bath in Heaven’s gleam,

And in Deities' hands our love remains.

 

 

 

 

 

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To taste your lips - sweet kisses mine,

To hold your hand, fingers entwined.

To feel your touch - our flesh will bind,

Sweet Bliss and Happiness we shall find.

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Our LOVE will open heaven’s door,

Our past pain lost, spurned and finally gone.

We will be ONE and forever once more,

In our Hearts we will feel LOVE’s song.

 

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