Lee Wells

(O'Neill, Nebraska)

Heart Retuned - Poem by Lee Wells

Use to hear happy laughter of children at play
Must someone's love went sour and drove them away
Wonder what their life was when they were a child
Could it been one very haphazard and truly wild Must go where a child is to have my heart retuned
Knowing their love and smiles will close the wound
Their faith and trust will ring my hearts chimes
When they say I love you papa and a hug sometimes
They tell me everything, always what they have new
Friend hope this true love can come to you and you
Yes a touch of heaven we can have here below
They will tune your heart and make it glow.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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