A Rose Within A Rose - Poem by Mark Heathcote
A rose within a rose, with no thorns
How did I find you amongst these brambles?
She bakes cakes cinnamon pink unicorns
She dances with mayflies yellow in her sandals.
A rose within a rose, where did I find you
Give me an atlas and a trillion pins
Honestly, where would I begin to find you?
Where would I stick that first or last, pin?
A rose within a rose, you're a miracle
How I did wonder, how our paths came to cross
How did they mingle, sure our journeys integral
With that spin rotation of the suns other consorts.
A rose within a rose, nothing superimposes this
The hand I hold, the lips I kissed.
Nothing superimposes this moment of eternal bliss
I thank the Lord each morn that you exist.
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