If I Can Stop One Heart From Breaking - Poem by Daniel Warner
If I can stop one heart from breaking
you could always bet thine
for mine is always yours for the taking
even though yours has ceased to shine.
Thee heart seems so cold
since I did the dreadful mistake,
but remember, neither your heart nor soul
my pitiful words could break.
So, let thy words be heard
because, if I can stop one heart from breaking
thou's thought should say yours
even though my heart is there for the taking.
I would give thee my all;
my heart, my soul, my knowledge
because, just to see you fall
would lead my heart to abolish.
Let thou eyes see
that thee shall never stumble
for thine place to be is with me
and, without thee, my composure will crumble.
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