craig moon


A Garden Built For Two


My old home was restored with lots love,
Like the garden table I built for you.
Where you can plant your flowers in there pots,
Until they grow strong enough for there garden spots.

Like the seeds we planted in our hearts,
which grows with Hope for happiness,
with hard work and yes, some tears,
As love will grow more tender throughout the years.

So please don't doubt what you feel is true,
for our hearts will show us the way.
Through garden gate's of our love,
which awaits open for you one day...

And I dont care if it takes many years
for my love will not fade away.
for I know in my heart I meant for you,
as forever my heart will always be true.

So take my heart, for it belongs to you.
And together we shell build.
So much more then just a garden bench...

But a Whole Garden of love for two.

Submitted: Saturday, January 28, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, May 29, 2012
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