Lilly Emery

Unchangeable You

Unchangeable You

To you my love in Paris
Whose lover and friend I've always been,
I never been with you in sin,
My love for you has always been true
Holding on to Jehovah's laws,
Maybe a dream but an unchangeable dream
Yesterday's problems may never go away
But hopefully today's, will always be okay
You are the one I would love to call my own
Not a love that likes to roam,
To miss your voice and your crazy laugh
You're loving tender ways make me want to stay,
But I would never want another heartache,
Perhaps I'll never again gaze in that beautiful
Stare filed sky like I did that night,
Whilst looking through the haze of love
You I will always hold in my heart even as life
Gets cold, The one and only love I ever known
I would like to call home,
Your love is like a beacon shining ever so bright
Spreading your love through my lonely nights
Without you by my side,
So why then can't we make it all right?
Your lies gone high
The rain came so quick through out the night,
This love has gone bad unchangeable you.

Lilly Emery

Submitted: Saturday, November 15, 2014

Topic of this poem: spiritual

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