Friday, December 19, 2014

From This to The Song 

What do true lovers have that is greater than their love 

Memories 


From This (poem) 

Let’s spend this time amid sweet love’s refrain
This special time of stardust blessed delight
When this has passed who knows what will remain
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Receive this kiss to ease the pangs of pain
Then add to this these arms to hold you tight
Let’s spend this time amid sweet love’s refrain
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Was this the wish a dream hoped to obtain
This passage from desire to promised light
When this has passed who knows what will remain
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This mist soon sooths all doubt which may remain
Then comes this whisper mingled with the night
Let’s spend this time amid sweet love’s refrain
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Somewhere ahead are seasons fraught with rain
When darkness plays its tricks upon our sight
When this has passed who knows what will remain
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But here we are this moment to sustain
From this we build the bonds to make things right
Let’s spend this time amid sweet love’s refrain
When this has passed who knows what will remain


To go with this villanelle and the general theme of this edition: Shania Twain and Brian White performing "From This Moment On"

Plus 

When you yawn and stretch at the same time, you are “pandiculating”, (or listening to one of my jokes). But back in a lover's sunset: A young lady records a special song for her husband who is going off to serve in the military. Another young lady (her granddaughter) finds the recording made long ago. She is inspired with a remarkable gift idea. The folks at Apple bring this moving memory back to life. This well remade moment features musician Dana Williams and vocalist Rhiannon Giddens. 
With that said, let us enjoy this drift in memories (Love's gift) "Apple - The Song" 

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