Love Breaks In - Poem by Gerry Legister
Love breaks in through my soul,
A breach, compasses the element,
A flame in my heart burn uncontrolled,
Trepidation of what the sphere meant.
Some of the things I wanted to say,
Of valiant fidelity I said to myself long ago,
If love breaks in and claim my thoughts today,
My soul would fix and make them show.
A place where dreams smiled,
And neither tears, nor sighs which are strong,
Can move love with floods from inside,
And bind the cords within the mind.
If it had lips and hand to break the chains,
That holds love and death in oblivious shadow,
I would let it break in again into my dreams,
And share in the living thoughts I know.
Often to be in scenes where humans trod,
And see reality in the glory of paradox,
Consume by self but abides safe with God,
There amid the hollow realm in curious track.
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