Poem -

The Bonny Swans

Sparkling air at dusk 
Stirring wind amongst the trees
The scent of sea winds that bring change 
The last light of summer in the Grange.
I recall fondly the aisle of Emerald and the girl I loved the most.
How green Irish eyes were laughing  all the time 
Lass you were my world and more
Then I left to foreign shores
The times were hard and uncertain
If we would see each other again
So I think of you by star light 
I think of you by day
I wonder if you still think of me 
All these years that I have been away
The Bonny swans are circling at the castle by the bay
And I await you my lady until my dying day.

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