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Poetry Of Wonder

This song is by Arthur Hinds and appears on the album Poetry of Wonder (2008).

Golden hair--running from the wind
Like the wheat out on the plains
Distant eyes--shining of the moon
Pull toward madness like a chain

So far, far away
I long to knit searching fingers in her hair
I sweat and I sway
I feel as though I'm grasping at the air

Is this madness, oblivion, or Poetry of wonder?
Is this madness, oblivion, or Poetry of wonder?

Pounding hearts--running through the night
A wish, a touch, a murmur, a kiss
Whisp'ring legs--wrapped all around me
Moving both of us to bliss

Voices light the spark
A flame that burns oblivion in my soul
Choices in the dark
I lose myself-- becoming more than whole

Is this madness, oblivion, or Poetry of wonder?
Is this madness, oblivion, or Poetry of wonder?

Your sighs can still time
A moment grasped, a moment taking wing
Your eyes with wonder rhyme
And all at once I cry and laugh and sing

Is this madness, oblivion, or Poetry of wonder?
Is this madness, oblivion, or Poetry of wonder?
Is this madness, oblivion, or Poetry of wonder?

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