Bill Simmons


The Heart


The heart it suffers losses
For every single tear
Sometimes when it is lonely
Or feels a heartache near

We will scold our children
No, you can’t do that
A single tear will fall
But it’s not all so bad

The heart it will heal
Through the strength of love it gives
There is no greater strength on earth
Than a heart’s strength of will

Turn back the pages
Through the ages of all time
It is love of heart that has guided us
And constantly reminds

Although a single tear may fall
Although it may suffer so
It is so apart of us
And too that of our soul

The heart it will heal
Through the strength of love it gives
There is no greater strength on earth
Than a heart’s will to live.

Submitted: Tuesday, November 08, 2005
Edited: Tuesday, June 01, 2010

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