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one love for two hearts

Author: littlepoet
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Class/Type: Poetry /Love
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this my heart layed out in on plate now give your thoughts

one love for two hearts

One love

The first time love came to me
I was so afraid it reminded me
Of two hearts trembling so afraid

I thought what a wonderful
World some one could make
Feel this way how great

You could make me feel so loved
So at night I close eyes
And say a little prayer

Dear lord don’t ever let this stop
Because my heart would break
And my tears could never stop

And my fears would take over
If you should need to cry
You can come to me

You are the difference between
Sunshine and rain
And when dark clouds come

I’ll be there to comfort you
If being beautiful

Come be with me give
me your thoughts
There’s a beautiful spot

A place where your heart can rest
Even when your cold
In this love of mine.

Submitted on 2012-09-20 21:56:56     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  My only suggestion,
"Come, be with me
give me your thoughts
there's a beutiful spot"

I like the honesty of this piece, and not holding back just pouring out. It has this sensibility it gives to the reader.

Thanks for sharing,

| Posted on 2012-09-25 00:00:00 | by jeniecel | [ Reply to This ]

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