Jo Lynn Ehnes

Rookie - 0 Points (1/18/1962 / Alliance, Nebraska)

Hand In Hand - Poem by Jo Lynn Ehnes

He reached out for my caring hand;
I grasped his tight in mine.
I helped him find a way to stand;
he taught my soul to shine.

His heart's no longer on the floor
and I've destroyed my walls.
Our love, now, guides us to the door
where fate's decision calls.

To enter through will shift our course.
Are we prepared for change?
To stay as is would bring remorse;
our lives must rearrange.

With souls entwined, we'll forge ahead,
engaging our new path.
This road is where His light has led,
away from sorrow's wrath.

Two kindred flames will take a chance;
create a union fire.
Combining in a lovers' dance,
we'll know our hearts' desire.

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Read poems about / on: dance, fate, sorrow, change, fire, light

Poem Submitted: Sunday, February 27, 2005

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