R. K. Hart
I Hear Love
I hear our love above a volcano’s fiery roar,
I see our love above the eagle’s lofty soar.
I feel our love above mighty earthquakes temper,
I knew our love from dusty far.
Loves song has a purity of voice,
Love of this type is a cause to rejoice.
Loves truth stands dressed in purity,
Love with it gives a lover security.
Love is like a friend in the distance,
Love demands recognition with persistence.
Thank you for a love frail, yet so wondrous,
Thank you for a love so gentle yet thunderous.
Thank you for a love much like a soothing friend,
Thank you Love, have no doubt our love I will defend.
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