a poem by Edwin Keith Jepson, UK - poetry writer, author, poet

I was strolling down a country lane
I remember it very well
When I came across a gypsy girl
Who'm in a caravan dwell
Her hair was black as night
And her eyes were pools of blue
And as she nonchalantly smiled at me
My heart raced in pursue
I fell in love with that gypsy girl
From the moment we first met
She was all was all alone
But quite full grown
And we married without regret
A year passed by
Like a shooting star
And our home was heaven above
But now and then
Her thoughts seemed far
For she yearned for the life
That she loved
She longed for the open road
The countryside
And the sky
And though I pleaded for her to stay
She embraced me
And whispered Goodbye
I still go walking down that lane
I remember it very well
When first I met my gypsy wife
Who'm in a caravan dwell
With her hair
As black as night
And eyes the pools of blue
I will always remember
My gypsy wife
And her love that I pursue

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