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Cara Mia, Please
by Kevin S. Hart

Wednesday, July 18, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.
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A piece I wrote as lyrics, but the artist didn't want. Dunno why... Enjoy.

Sitting outside the Cangrande Hotel


Cafť at dusk, dusty shades of pearl


Hanging around after song was through


No place to go, even less to do


Thought Iíd call it a night, head to bed


Then turned at a voice, heard what she said:


 


Cara mia, please, donít walk away


Iíve been waiting hours. Wonít you stay?


We could stroll in the park, like lovers do


Playing out our parts, just me and you


Dance together close, drink Soave wine,


Feel Romeoís kiss, when your lips touch mine


Cara mia, please, donít run away


Give your Juliette just one more day.


 


She was wearing black silk, her sweater white


Grief in her eyes denied her sun-drenched smile


Dark hair sparkled under chandelier light


Leonardo portrait in star-crossed style


Tears in clear voice, she caught her breath


Smoothed her skirt, then once more said:


 


Give your Juliette just one more day


Cara mia, please, donít run away


We could stroll in the park, me and you


Playing out our parts, like lovers do


Drink Romeoís kiss, when your lips touch mine,


Dance together close, sip Soave wine


Cara mia, please, donít walk away


Itís our forever, wonít you stay?


 


Not a word, I watched her turn around


Without applause, showís curtain came down


He reached out, tried to take her hand


Hurried after her, when she strode past


As I paid the waiter, I heard him say


Crying in the dark, as she walked away:


 


Cara mia, please, wonít you stay?


Juliette, please, donít dance away.


Romeoís touch, sweet Soave wine,


Let me kiss your lips one more time.


 

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Reviewed by Amira van Kerk 4/5/2008
What a beautiful, sad write.
Enjoyed reading.
Amira
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 7/19/2007
Great offering!!

The "Cara mia made me think many years back...I was playing the leading roll in a play.....ver serious play it was...called "The Ring"...and Each time my knight said the words "CARA MIA MY LOVE"...I use to burst out in laughter.....not sure if it was the pathetic look on his face or the way he said the words...but I just could not handle it well....lol!!

At the end we had to cover it up with a few extra lines to set my mind straight!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 7/19/2007
Enjoyed,Hugss



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