At night I weep with heart's despair,
Is there no one for me?
To share thy life, mine evening prayer,
One last first kiss by thee.
Behold, sweet Patience doth surprise,
Oh my, thou look my way;
Thine eyes they linger, passions rise,
Prayers answered on this day.
Thou towers o'er at six foot four,
But beauty is thy soul;
With care, integrity and more,
Unlock my heart's keyhole.
Lips whisper passion in my ear,
The bed absorbs our cries;
True love's desires I've longed to hear,
A kiss with no goodbyes.
The sun, it shines upon our love,
As heated limbs entwine;
It casts approving rays above,
A love like ours devine.
Oh, Time's sweet too and passes slow,
Whilst lives art lived with glee;
We forget some things be not foretold,
As Death, she comes for thee.
Thy flesh refines the soil below,
I kneel at a gravestone;
Each year I watch more roses grow,
A sign I'm not alone.
At last, it's time for my last breath,
A voice doth bring me bliss;
Thine hand extends, love lived through death,
I'd had my last first kiss.