Treasure Island

Elizabeth Fontaine Grieco

(08/14/1957 / Montreal, Quebec, Canada)

Love Moves Mountains


Oh! How I long for your tender touch,
Your emulating sweetness, ravishing me all about,

Oh! How I long for you, my Prince,
Remember me in your sleep tonight,
For I will be there in spirit,
To soothe away your aches
And help to make things right.

We caught each other as we fell,
Enveloped and sealed our love
And made it real, so we could feel again,
God's love as he awakened our beings
To the joys of loving once again.

As we join hands in this union
May our eternal love for each other
Grow into a garden of sweet hope
And faith, so our non believer's
Can believe that through faith,
Love can move mountains
And all is possible through God,
Jesus, our Savior..Amen...

Submitted: Friday, June 01, 2012
Edited: Saturday, June 02, 2012

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Written by Elizabeth Fontaine Grieco, August 17,2008

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