Fair April

June 10, 2008
By Michael Kane, Lawrenceville, GA

Do you remember what I told you
About how easily I fall in love
This has been proven true
You are all I can think of

Your laugh is like a silver bell
It's music lightens my heart
Though I can't say it well
I loved you from the start

I would have you all year long
Oh fair temperate April
By your side I belong
Please don't spurn me, I would love you still

My heart is yours if you desire
Though your rejection would hurt
At least it would inspire
And maybe make me more alert

I hate to finish this poem
but all things must end
In your eyes I've found home
For your touch metal I'd rend

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