Thoughts of a Single Man

Flight Of The Dove - Poem by Thoughts of a Single Man

Some say a love is a path that only the chosen few can walk

Some say a love its is an outline that fades away like chalk

Some say a love it is a link that bonds the thickest chain

I say a love it is a signature and you are it's only name

Some say a love it is a comet that leaves a blazing trail

Some say a love it is a story that weaves an endless tale

Some say a love it is the tree that grows the deepest root

I say a love it is the clinging vine and you are its only fruit

It's the feet afraid of walking on air that never takes a step

It's the soul afraid of breathing that never takes a breath

It's the question afraid of answers that never takes the test

It's the prayer afraid to be uttered that never becomes blessed

It's the star afraid of shining that never seeks the sky

It's the tear afraid of falling that never floods the eye

It's the gift afraid of giving that never learns to try

It's the wings afraid of spreading that never learn to fly

It's the heart afraid of breaking that never learns to beat

It's the spark afraid of igniting that never learns to heat

It's the look afraid of seeking thst never learn to glance

It's the legs afraid of leaping that never learn to dance

When the bed becomes so empty that you never want to sleep

When sorrow becomes your shadow and the pain runs too deep

When you feel that love is something that is always beyond your reach

When you believe love is a lesson that only the lucky learn to teach

When hope becomes a memory that you cannot seem to recall

And the road you travel on seeking the one seems to lead no where at all

Just remember wherever love is lost to look to the sky and heavens above

And you may find it soaring over head for it can be seen in the flight of the dove

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 30, 2012

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