Four Verses For My Tulip

One day, she was just there and suddenly the world made sense..

Home, Sweet, Home - Listening To My  Heart Revealed

Four Verses For My Tulip
by Michael Romani

Four verses of six lines each
Still in search of your chorus
I feel it when you're in my reach
The gods must think "poor us"
When they see me tremble at your touch
Knowing that I need you this much

If tomorrow brought
The end of time
Would you be there with me?
In all of those good things sought
Would you still be mine?
Looking toward our infinity

If I was lost within my tears
Would you help me walk the line?
Teaching me to live our truth
Holding me close to swallow my fears
Would you still be mine?
For all of my living years...

Four verses of six lines each
Still in search of your chorus
I feel it when you're in my reach
The gods must think "poor us"
When they see me tremble at your touch
Knowing that I love you this much

I have a feeling that I need you
More than my words can say
My heart hurts as its love swells
Revealed in the first presence of you
Your love has shown me the way
To find each new day the morning feels

Four verses of six lines each
Still in search of your chorus
I feel it when you're in my reach
The gods must think "poor us"
When they see me tremble at your touch
Knowing that I want you this much

There was a moment in the moment
That I first saw your loving face
It was like I had found my soul
In knowing that I have found my place
It's the feeling safe but out of control

Four verses of six lines each
Still in search of your chorus
I feel it when you're in my reach
The gods must think "poor us"
When they see me tremble at your touch
Knowing that I need you this much

c) July 10, 2018 Michael Romani
All Rights Reserved

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Writer, poet, musician, surfer, father of two princesses.
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