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Youthful

Lightly, lightly tip toe now,
Along the Tudor rows.
And share with me the guiltless feel,
Of cobble against our toes.

Dancing through the sullen alleys,
Let's shake our weary limbs.
And race among the market stalls,
As pure as Seraphim.

The town is sleeping through the night,
Oh, the time that they could use!
So let's not tarry for a second,
Time is all we have to lose.

Nothing's greater than eager love,
That won't end just as soon.
It dims us more so than the stars,
Yet seems bright against the Moon.

I'll love you now until the end,
When my heart stops in my chest.
Then everyone in Kingdom Come,
Will know I loved you best.
Graham
Written by Graham
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