Jacob Gifford

Rookie - 0 Points (1995 / plano Illinois)

Journey Of Love - Poem by Jacob Gifford

Journey of love
I released a dove
Into the sky, it took my love,
To the above,
It dropped it from the moon,
It should have floated like a balloon,
But it fell and fell and fell,
until it went straight to hell,

So I sent a lizard,
Across the sand it slithered,
It made it almost there,
But a man didn't care,
He ate it for breakfast.

I was so feed up,
So I went my self.
The journey was ruff,
The hills went up and down,
Even around.It thundered,
haled, and rain,
But that didn't stop me,
I still came.

But now I'm here,
My dear,
And forever I will be yours
And you will be mine.
The only one I will ever love,
The only one for me,
The one I will never forget,
The beautiful one.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 26, 2009

Poem Edited: Tuesday, September 4, 2012


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