Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Forever’s Shade to Intimate Couples Yoga 
A couple recalls forever's love 
A couple is engaged in intimacy through yoga 


Forever’s Shade (lyrical poem) 

Do you remember
Do you recall
Seasons of laughter
Echoes of fall
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Mornings of promise
Flowers with dew
We lived in wonder
If only we knew
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Do you remember
No dream too small
Each moment hoped for
Ours after all
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Time ambled mildly
Visions we drew
We danced mid stardust
If only we knew
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Floating in some glade
Memories we made
Join endless cascade
In forever’s shade
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Do you remember
When we stood tall
We faced each pressure
We couldn’t fall
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The light in the dark
Was me and you
Hope of tomorrow
If only we knew
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For there in some glade
Precious heartbeats swayed
And love is conveyed
From forever’s shade
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Do you remember
Do you recall
Times not together
Happened at all
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Forever recalling
Moments so true
We kissed them goodbye
If only we knew 


Another lyrical poem. In this one the verses are broken into two parts. Thus we have this form: V1 V2, V1 V2 , chorus, V1 V2. chorus, V1 V2. I have kept the beats very precise. 

As always, if there are any songwriters in need of lyrics; help yourself. I do not ask for any financial compensation. Only a copy of the song. 

Some are wondering, why I don't just write the song myself. I can no longer sing or operate a piano or guitar. We'll leave it at that. 

There are a number if ways to take this song. I was 20 when I moved into a palace in the sky, with my childhood sweetheart. It had a rooftop balcony, overlooking all of eastern San Francisco. It was perfect for young lovers. Young lovers. We dreamed in the center of the world: San Francisco. There is so much to do within driving distance from our palace. Those young lovers. It was a time between the flower children of the 60s and the discos of the 80s. A time set aside for us. Two lovers. 
One wonders why so much is given to the young. So much to feel. So much to explore. There was always tomorrow. There was always one more thing waiting for us, One more place to leave a kiss. We were the greatest lovers. What did we care what the world thought. Remember those days?
One day (just like that), I looked at her and things were different. I still loved Arlene, with all my heart and soul, But we were no longer those young lovers. Something had changed us. Something had stolen what was. We were too much in love to see it all happening. Now here we are. These two lovers. 


How about a little dream music:  Jose Padilla "Walking On Air" 

Watch the most breathtaking partner yoga session ever 


A growing body of research shows that yoga can improve sex and may even prevent and treat sex problems by increasing the overall health of the cardiovascular system. That's why Laura Clery and her partner (I'm sorry, I didn't catch his name) has taken up Intimate Couples Yoga. Laura Clery is an actress, writer and producer, known for "The Longest Week" (2014), "Sex Ed" (2009) and "How Deep Is the Ocean" (2009). The reason I mention her successful film career will soon become obvious.
Are we ready for some Intimate Couples Yoga? Is our life insurance all paid up? "Intimate Couples Yoga" 

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That's one of the first things that comes out 
of young people's mouths when they're in love. 
FOREVER. And that's cool, it's all good-until 
you get old enough to realize what forever is.
Ice-T

6 comments:

  1. Perhaps it is just me.
    Young love is a delightful drop - but I much prefer the mellow flavours as it matures. Less bubble perhaps, but a lingering flavour.
    Are you going to play Words for Wednesday this week?

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    1. It doesn't matter now. Things have changed too much. But I did have a great time.
      Thank you for your added value.
      We'll see. Typing is hard for me

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  2. The yoga looks interesting but I would start giggling! I am like elephant, rather have mature love.

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    1. Glad I lightened your day.
      Thank you for stopping by

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  3. Yes, your poem would make for a great song.

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    1. Thank you for dropping by and the kind words

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