While I gaze at the fullest moon,
walk hand in hand with you,
my heart does shine from deep within
as gently thee I woo.
My words may drip like honey,
dew glistens on the ground,
for you my dear are the one
my soulmate whom I've found.
And as the dawn begins to wake
please don't be sad or cross,
walk away and don't look back
or count this night as loss.
Remember me when I am gone
the night I held your hand,
shake off the blues my dearest one
as time slips through with sand.....
Lillian from dverse poets has asked us to write a poem using one or more compound words. From the list Lillian provided I have chosen:
moonwalk, honeydew, crosswalk, handshake.
We are to separate the two root words within our poem.
Here is the link: Compound Words