Peter S. Quinn


Love Can Be Here Forever


Love can be here forever
And it shall never depart
It can be two us together
In the ways of the heart
Close dreams we shall try
Of everything in times coming
Low moods or feelings high
Summer of life blooming

You and I from yesterday
When we came first close
Touches from era’s interlay
Petals of a perfumed rose
Clouds that are drifting by
Nothing of standing still
The beauty of bluest sky
Our futures shall fulfill

Love can be inside this
Like roads of the ongoing
True like the first of kiss
Calm like the sun glowing
Days that shall never stop
Endlessly in their trying
Seedlings that’ll grow up
Their roots to earth tying

Love can be here forever
And it shall never depart
It can be two us together
Inside ways of the heart
You and I from yesterday
Petals of a perfumed rose
Touches from time’s interlay
When love came first close

Submitted: Sunday, March 09, 2014
Edited: Monday, March 10, 2014

Topic of this poem: Poem


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