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Reflections of Mending

Stacey L Law 1962 (Ny)

You"ll find out it is true - maybe someday love will find you.
Our hearts are full of pain - I promise this too
One day to at a time - thus me and you
Tomorrow the sun will shine Im sure
Thus I say the tears that fall like rain
Will thus be behind us - forevermore
I beg your pardon - I say - this with a rose
Certainly I do love thee even in prose
The heart mends - broken vows - I see
Mending our ways - spoken then per se
We challenge the relationship we do endure
We prominently broke our horizons - to then secure
The light starts to darken and again thus this
The words we speak they then start to slur
And the wounds of the heart heal and then now
Our lines are thus back to the way we once were
Heavens are bright with heavenly stars of light
And side and side we glance at one another at midnight
Thus the sight we see we triumph to reality
That our eyes no longer ponder and the triumph quality
Qualititical elements of surprise we see
The pondering lids as they no longer somber
That the plea for love - we seek out yonder
And then in the light with the stars understand
That we build a strong virtue with integrity
And in this life we then walk hand in hand.

About this poem

The Words slur. Up all night. With words. The heart grows tired

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Written on August 22, 2021

Submitted by staceyl.70336 on September 01, 2021

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Stacey L Law

I have 2 published books and a mini book. All can be seen or obtained by looking at my facebook page. I also have several blogs to look at. With address on my author page. Stacey Law more…

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