Ray Lucero

Fledgling Love - Poem by Ray Lucero

Our hearts knew the truth
When years ago they fused
Say not “It was our youth”
‘Lest we become confused

Time has come, I do insist
You open wide your arms
Know it’s pointless to resist
Sharing your ample charms

On eagle wings we’ll soar
The blue skies high above
Exotic lands we’ll explore
Held aloft by joy and love

God Himself shall not deny
Fledgling love a chance to fly


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 5, 2010

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