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Play Me Forever

written by: Aaron McMillan



Oak finished, I look so strong,
Gold pedals for you to use,
Perfect shape for me to fit anywhere.
Solid lids to keep me safe,
I feel at home already,
Now, who wants to play me?
I’ll sing you a song while you touch me,
Up and down, side by side,
You instruct me.
Soft gentle notes from my body,
You decide how you want me,
Loud and hard, quiet and soft,
I’ll always be yours, I’m yours to play.
Over the years, teach the others,
Don’t ever let them lock me away.

Aaron McMillan

Aaron McMillan

APRIL 2016 AUTHOR OF THE MONTH at Spillwords.com
Aaron McMillan was born in Darwen, Lancashire in 1983. He recently moved to Inverness, Scotland. It is in the Highlands that he began to rekindle his love of writing, visiting, various beautiful and inspiring locations. Aaron believes that everything is poetry; that everything deserves to be written about.

Aaron has been published in several poetry books; Men of Words 2015, The Poetry Anthology 2016, Ripples in Verse and The Wider View. He has also has a book published titled ''In the Highlands''.
Aaron McMillan

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