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A Photograph

by

Fauxcajun

I look at your picture and you look back,
My heart is wrapped within your deep warmth,
I send to you from afar gentle attachment.
Such a lovely face, cheerful is your smile,
It warms my old heart thought to be cold.
I drink from your portrait life's tender touch,
And thirst no more, you have quenched my need.
Within my wintry years you've given me spring,
And all this comes from a photograph of you.
As I stumble and ache toward tomorrow's morn,
When I think of you my heart is aflame.


A Photograph

by

Fauxcajun

I look at your picture and you look back,
My heart is wrapped within your deep warmth,
I send to you from afar gentle attachment.
Such a lovely face, cheerful is your smile,
It warms my old heart thought to be cold.
I drink from your portrait life's tender touch,
And thirst no more, you have quenched my need.
Within my wintry years you've given me spring,
And all this comes from a photograph of you.
As I stumble and ache toward tomorrow's morn,
When I think of you my heart is aflame.