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If Ever Were I


Dave Frazier

If ever were I to love you more;

Conceive of it not, could I.

For how could one see an ending,

In a limitless clear azure, in such a sky?

Compare not the warmth of your every breath,

That thrills to the depths of my heart;

To every summers breeze upon your milky skin,

How can one say when they start?

A breeze to ride upon an ocean,

From afar to caress at my skin,

To compare to your soothing touch,

How could I begin?

To gaze into your beautiful eyes,

Stir my passion deep inside,

Captures me and holds me,

There is nowhere to hide.

But to hide I do not wish,

In the dark for no one to see.

To be awash in your loving light,

Nowhere else I'd want to be

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