Charles Tiffin Clegg
Gena - Poem by Charles Tiffin Clegg
She seemed so far away, yet here
Her love, her warmth, was there, yet here
Here with me she made the world alive, renewed
She gave birth in my heart, the babies name is Hope
I feel magnetic closure deep inside my soul
Distance in the real world but now joy within my soul
The world is different I believe, but no her love changed me
She was a thousand miles away, yet now here in my soul
Everything has changed but can it stay that way
No knowing of the future, I feel her love today
The tears are not of sadness, but joy and hope and strength
I'll pray asking for nothing, grateful Gena came my way..
Dedicated and written for Gena in the sunlight of her hope...
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