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  Stroll on Geordie
by Steve Coltman
Friday, June 27, 2008
Rated "PG13" by the Author.

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Strolling through a city can make one reflect on the love that is close


As I stroll through the city I gawp with such awe

Such beautiful buildings, and then there was more

I watch others gaze as they see what I see

Such beautiful buildings stood looking at me

 

The buildings so large, so ornate and strong

They tell of the past from where they belong

Built by the strong hands of craftsmen to last

Still being built as each generation past

 

For some families the buildings intertwine as if one

As great grandfather, grandfather, father and son

Toiled for a lifetime and watched it grow tall

Toiled for a lifetime for the benefit of all

 

So in this fair city of beauty and charm

I stroll with my love, my love’s on my arm

A city for lovers or so I have heard

A Geordie a lover? oh come now – absurd!

 

Or could these great buildings a magic have woven

Could this fair city a Geordie have chosen

To show off its treasure, if only in part

To draw such reaction with some magical art

 

As I stare at the wall I gawp once again

Such beautiful lilies - upside down it’s a train

However I look, from every view

I’m thrilled to be here looking with you

 

The look on your face as at the wall you do stare

The look in your eyes, bright lights how they glare

As I look at the art then to you I turn

I bloody love you xx

No surprise there then!!

 

27/06/08 © Steve Coltman




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Reviewed by Michelle Mead 1/1/2010
:) This is wonderful :) One of my good friends is from up the northern way, near Durham, so I enjoyed this. Damn, you write really, really well. It is so wonderful to also read about such a great love that you seem to share.

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