Poetry Prompt #7 and a poem adapted into a song :)

I tried to avoid this prompt but it’s April 7th and it’s snowing out 😛

POETRY PROMPT #7:  write a poem about snow

yeah

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Falling For Your Sway
  I love it
  when we kiss
  your lips
  sweet as wine
  your words
  so divine
  makes my heart sway
  every time
  every time we kiss
  I want it just like this
  rolling in your arms
  falling for your sway
  having you say
  the single thing
  I’m imagining
  every time we kiss
  I want it just like this
  two song birds on a lark
  kissing in the park
  it’s there that we start
  the single thing
  I’m imagining
  our lips just dancing away
  my heart falling for your sway
  1 2
  4 5 6
  every time
  I love it
  every time we kiss
  I want it just like this
  rolling in your arms
  falling for your sway
  two song birds in the park
  two lovers in the dark
  saying the single thing
  that we’ve been
  imagining
  music solo
  our lips just dancing away
  my heart falling for your sway
  1 2
  4 5 6
  every time
  I love it
  every time we kiss
  I want I just like this
  rolling in your arms
  falling for your sway
  two song birds in the park
  two lovers in the dark
  saying the single thing
  that we’ve been
  imagining
  words by Frank Esposito
  written August 23, 2013
  song adaptation, arrangement and performance
  by Daniel Rougeau and Emily Rockarts
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2 thoughts on “Poetry Prompt #7 and a poem adapted into a song :)

  1. The lyrics also sway….. very nice and romantic poem ….it reminds me of imagery .. we can actually see it
    great poem and song frank…. auguri
    great work valerie for all your wonderful posts
    ritamarie recine petrilli(rita)

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