November


Oh hush, my darling
Oh hush, my love

Autumn in Chicago

I’ll find you in the morning
on the November sky

We’ll sing songs of our family
We’ll drink muddled wine (but hush)
(my darling) night is coming fast

After the dust and rain settles
We’ll find ourselves in a new light
We’ll find ourselves,  we’ll do this right

Now, sleep my love
Rest, my child
for I will be here
guarding you in the dark

Hush, my darling
Don’t fret, my love
We’ll be together
We’ll be all right
under the November sky

Hush…
Oh, hush, my love
We’ll sleep it off
in November’s dark
I’ll sing for you
you’ll read to me,
but for now… I hope to be
the one who sets you free

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About theartofmusicalpoetry

I'm Jose Clavell, graduate student at Western Illinois University. Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico alumni. Choral Conductor, writer, blogger.

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