Lisa Finney

Rookie (Cape Town)

How can I let you go


How can I let you go
When I feel your heart screams for love
A love that has never entered your heart before
My arms will hold you a lifetime
How can I let you go

It’s strange the way we’ve met
And how much you have grown on me
Different places, different beginnings
Though my heart reaches for you
A gentleness I sense in you
Though scarred by battered life’s choices

How can I let you go
When I feel your heart screams for love
A love that has never entered your heart before
My arms will hold you a lifetime
How can I let you go

You are part of me now
My breathe catches when I see you
I feel nothing can keep us apart
It is the willingness to surrender
Let us let love be, let love flow
You and I together, and not just dreams

How can I let you go
When I feel your heart screams for love
A love that has never entered your heart before
My arms will hold you a lifetime
How can I let you go

I can never let you go

Submitted: Sunday, May 02, 2010

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