Forever Love - Poem by David Lessard
Moments with you last forever,
etched within my mind;
like a flower plucked at bloom,
one seeks but seldom finds.
From a rare bouquet you came,
fragrance like a breath of Spring;
an enchanting, bewitching perfume,
that started my heart to sing.
Your love reached out and touched me,
stirring the senses of my soul;
a kiss swept aside the loneliness,
your embrace then made me whole.
How could our love not last forever?
if true, then that's how it should be;
for love releases the stuff that binds,
and sets your captured soul free.
Your memories will last forever,
and the way that you are still;
I save all the bits and pieces,
and I never get my fill.
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