Happy Transplantiversary

December 6, 2007 at 2:29 pm (Blogroll, grand gesture, holding onto no one, hope, I don't think I'll ever get over you., inspired by, Live Sing Dance and be free, Love, love letters, love relationships dating, Music, personal, Poetry, reconnecting, romance, Sad songs, Song lyrics, Uncategorized) (, , , , , , , , , )

It was a year ago today that she had her heart transplant.

A candy coated dream
With parks and trees and figurines
And her arms wrap around my sleeve
With tiny steps and eyes of green
Toy guitar that’s out of tune
Eyes fixed on morning-time cartoons
And by the lantern of the moon
I will dream of a love like you

And will you hang up high
A family portrait smile?
Will you kiss my child
As she is dancing now?
This figure I will frame
A life without a name
But this thought I proclaim
I’m just romancing now
I’m only chancing now
A candy coated dream

With hearts and strings and angel wings
And her life will fall between
The cracks that follow you and me

Will you hang up high
A family portrait smile?
Will you kiss my child
As she is dancing now?
This figure I will frame
A life without a name
But this thought I proclaim
I’m just romancing now
I’m only chancing now

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2 Comments

  1. mvkumar said,

    very very nice >>>>>>>

  2. Heather said,

    I love your writing! Wish there was more even though I understand the circumstances behind it. Do you blog somewhere else now? Or is this the only writing you have anywhere? Feel free to email me and let me know because I would love to read more aunicajade@gmail.com

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