Treasure Island

LORIE ROBERTSON


Lover's Song


Crescent moon and falling stars
Travel across to where lovers are
Love's first kisses taste so sweet
Capture true bliss so complete
Passion fuses into sweet surrender
Precious memories so often remembered
Lovers deeply intwined in soul and spirit
Unspoken words and distance that cannot bear it
No matter what time can separate
A love like this patiently waits
In depths of love so sublime
Across an eternity of endless time
Lovers etched in passion so deep
True love eternal will never sleep

Submitted: Wednesday, January 30, 2008
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  • Philip Housiaux (1/30/2008 12:34:00 PM)

    Really liked the moon and stars crossing to the lovers. Very strong statement of absolute love. Sort of somehing to aspire to.
    thanks for sharing. (Report) Reply

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