Danny The Dreamer Boyd
A Heart For Two Or Three - Poem by Danny The Dreamer Boyd
When all my hopes seemed to collapse;
With one heart I wondered where to be!
And feared those distant vague grand gaps,
Then woke me up but a dream of thee.
I watched my life rushingly elapse,
And my love with it away did carry;
And just stood there fastened with straps,
Embracing a time that was weary.
Then thought all was just for the best:
As did swiftly flee all of my agony;
And now the time has come to rest:
So I slipped my dreams away in serenity.
The look with which she looked at me,
The smile, the laugh and the anxious view:
They all did steal my breath away;
And led me to bid my mind adieu!
I once did ken a dream of joy,
And loved, that lasted the whole night through;
But then it did my hopes destroy:
When away it woke the joy and you!
Like one that is with love possessed;
Although I ran, it still was with me.
Nor time nor life love did divest!
Yet sentenced me to be never free.
So tell me, tell me, speak again,
What one has got to do?
With all that he has and what he has been,
And now he's in love with two!
When all my chances seemed in mist;
With one heart only I had a plea:
To be too strong to rip apart this chest,
And break this heart in two or three!
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