Anthony Di'anno (Yorkshire)
Should You Chance Upon This Heavy Heart
Should you chance upon this heavy heart,
this loricate lump of love and muscle.
Would you hear, when prised apart,
the whispered wings of a fallen angel rustle?
Should you dance within it's haunted halls,
complete with hope filled fountain,
would you leave light footfalls,
and know I found my life to be a mountain?
Should you glance through the whetstone panes,
of it's tear stained glass,
would you follow the same old lanes,
towards your own grabbled greener grass?
Should you chance upon this tender loving, misread heart,
riddled with good intention,
would you know that even though love did smart,
I seized it without exception?
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