Leslie Guylee Cron

Rookie - 640 Points (09-29-1962 / Denver Colorado)

*VII*- To Love


They try to tell me you don't love me, but you do.
You don't know what heaven is like, to me it is like this.
The gates opening are like your arms of steel, and the path
leads only to happiness in your arms.
The warmth of your body is pure, like the warmth that Jesus
will pour over our bodies in Heaven.
Warmer then the sun the Lord has given us, which is mighty!
My! how the dampness of the morning dew feels and how the breeze caress our bodies.
This I beg Mercy will be on our side and we will open our
eyes to a new dawn!

Mischievous

Submitted: Friday, August 29, 2014

Topic of this poem: love and pain


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