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Lady with wild auburn hair

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Alicat
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0 posted 04-15-2017 07:21 PM       View Profile for Alicat   Email Alicat   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to Submit your Poem to Passions  View IP for Alicat

With the day's dawning and when falls the sun
You'll find me there hoping that I'll be the one
To hie my way over to those distant parts
To find a way into her far distant heart

Sing now of Springtime, oh sing now of rain
Sing to me friendship, hardship and pain
Sing how she dances with nary a care
Sing of the Lady with wild auburn hair

Over the darkside with eyes of the sea
Does she stand windswept waiting for me
Or will our love falter before it can start
Wary and watchful o'er oft broken heart

Sing now of Springtime, oh sing of the sun
Sing now if ever I will be the one
Sing how she dances with nary a care
Sing of the Lady with wild auburn hair

Up comes the green through the last of the snow
No more to wander I must to her go
Through the flat prairie and mountainous harm
Until she's once again found on my arm

Sing now of Springtime, oh sing now of mirth
Sing of renewals, beginnings and birth
Sing how she dances with nary a care
Sing of the Lady with wild auburn hair

Alicat

What don't kill me will eventually.

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JerryPat2
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1 posted 04-15-2017 07:44 PM       View Profile for JerryPat2   Email JerryPat2   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit JerryPat2's Home Page   View IP for JerryPat2

What an upbeat poem, and all for that lady with the wild auburn hair . . .

~ If they give you ruled paper, write sideways. ~

P.U Stinkenbaum
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2 posted 04-15-2017 09:54 PM       View Profile for P.U Stinkenbaum   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for P.U Stinkenbaum

As many 'sings' as Aerosmith and the title reminds me of "The Girl With The Flaxen Hair" by Debussy, but it reads well. Not to worry Ali, everything reminds me of something. The world has gone full circle, I think.

Pass the Glade if you're going to do that here...
BluesSerenade
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By the Seaside


3 posted 04-15-2017 11:10 PM       View Profile for BluesSerenade   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for BluesSerenade

Really nice springtime melody.  

Love this song in your heart, it's so wondrous  and indeed...a many splendored thing for sure.

Been awhile since I've read your work and I'm so glad to have found your poem here tonite.
Lori Grosser Rhoden
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4 posted 04-16-2017 09:23 PM       View Profile for Lori Grosser Rhoden   Email Lori Grosser Rhoden   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Lori Grosser Rhoden

Great poem/song! I love auburn hair (a very romantic color) when I turned 30 I dyed my waist length hair auburn. ~L
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