Laurette Nichole (1/7/96 / United States)
If Only A Poem Could Explain
Maybe I'd love you as loud as thunder. Or as quiet as an afternoons rain.
I suppose I'd love you that way, If weather could explain.
I might love you as much as water is wet. Or as dry as the desert is any day.
I suppose I'd love you that way, If moisture could explain.
I could love you as much as the Rocky Mountains are high. Or as deep as the Grand Canyon is at base.
I suppose I'd love you that way, If either height or depth could explain.
I guess I'd love you like each loving word in every stanza, anyday.
I'm sure I'd love you that way.
If Only A Poem Could Explain.
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