Reyvrex Questor Reyes


A Believer To His Love


An angel must have eavesdropped in my dreams
And made those true by leading me to you
And thanks to God for sun and rays it beams
But doubly so for you and love you show

I guess, the womb bore me destined for you
And might this love pursue to life somewhere
Just holding you keeps Paradise in view
In bliss forever, with none to compare

Through all the days I have yearned for your touch
Not a night would dawn, without the hope
Tomorrow brings more love, and trust as much
And may the good Lord teach me how to cope

Though Heaven, I'll wish not if you're not there
There's hope we could be free of sinful taints
And then come Judgment Day, be together
No longer as mere sinners, but as saints.

Submitted: Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Edited: Monday, March 24, 2014
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