Vernell L. Black
Cupid? Click Here To Listen To Cupid? - Poem by Vernell L. Black
An arrow piercing a broken heart
Bring joy to one that sorrows
Always had been so sad, she was
But looking for a better tomorrow
Her lover was a beam of light
That entered her heart one day
Everything got bright, brilliant
Love had found it's way
No more sadness, only joy
Smiles, she wore on her face
A song in her heart, God on her mind
Where were the frowns; not a trace
Like a bolt of lightening, it struck so quick
And changed her life forever.
Would she return to her sorrow one day?
The light still shine, no never
A broken heart is hard to mend
Unless you accept God's grace
That's the time, happiness comes for sure
With smiles all over your face.
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