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So Loved




So Loved



Expressions of love

words do not need



A touch so simple

so electric can be

that a new life can start

immediately



A glance

then a stare

beauty unveiled

beyond compare



a look in an eye

an almost unheard sigh

a heart beat skipped

serve to brighten many a sky



Love is never promised

and may not be true



Love untried, worse yet

diminishes the amount

of life we get



For love to be

ever true

There is something that

you need to do



Go to the source

where love abounds

and ask of He who sits there

Is there any love to spare



In a voice so gentle and kind

He bids you come forth and find



More love than ever you will need

and for this love you don't have to plead



A love on a level

you cannot believe

finally your angst

will be relieved



You hear His voice

it massages your soul



You've only to ask

and I'll overfill your bowl



Is this love real

or do I count it loss



For the answer to that



Just look to the cross.
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