Elizabeth Fontaine Grieco
Entangled Love - Poem by Elizabeth Fontaine Grieco
How can you say you love me?
Where is the justification for these words?
One minute you have the biggest heart of all,
The next you rumble and charge at me to fall
In front of me, stumbling around looking for a door
To run through, but there is no escape from your fears,
Exalt yourself to God! For he is the only one who will
Free you of your anger and misguided ways,
That continue to ruin your inner peace, my love.
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