Ray Lucero

Impetuous Me - Poem by Ray Lucero

How dare I fall in love with you
When God pushed us apart
Although I felt my soul was due
Harsh words pierced my naked heart

How dare I fall in love with you
My heart did say with naiveté,
Why not rekindle our love anew
As summer Sun illumes each day

How dare I fall in love with you
Although the stars above align
As comets hail my love for you
Confirming you are mine,

How dare I fall in love with you
My heart and soul know well what’s true

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, March 23, 2006

Poem Edited: Saturday, January 19, 2008

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