I Pray For Dawn / Version II.
A Poem by Jim Nasium

Making our way up river
much slower than before
she wanted to turn back
said, "don't want to do anymore"

Three days on this river
all alone with you
tired of sitting still and
there's not much we can do

All blow out on cocaine
ganja and green wine
Dawn was very horney
and so very fine

We made love till we were sore
let the currant rock the boat
no need to row or steer
we just let our boat float

We heard strange birds calling
from high up in the trees
she swore we're being watched
said "won't you turn around please"

Not wanting to turn back
I pushed on ahead
she curled up in the cabin
said "I'm going to bed"

Another star filled night sky
alone on the Amazon
slowly drifting on muddy water
silently praying for dawn

Then I heard her whisper
"you know that I love you"
which gave me the strength I needed
to make sure that we got through

Just another adventure
a fond memory that's gone
I remember her sleeping
so I pray for Dawn...
©2006 Jim Nasium

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