A Kind Of Love - Poem by Katheryn Foley
bend me, break me,
How far will you take me,
Until I am recreated,
Into something new,
Will I like what I see,
Like what you have done to me,
I give you the ship at sea,
Control it and watch over me,
When I go astray lead me back to you,
When I am cold and lonely,
Let your body so warm just hold me,
Travel across the country just so they can see,
All that you have made and believed in me.
All the creasing and folding along the way,
Only made me who I am today.
No matter what the pain,
I'll never wash away the stain you left on my heart,
This beautiful mind will create new land,
from the gravel beneath our feet,
a life of passion so discreat,
two hearts kindly meet.
in the dead of night,
where only the moon bares witness,
snow white so pure,
silent love is the cure.
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