Loving You - Poem by Josh Burnett
There was a door to my heart but there was no key.
It was eternally blocked surrounded by a brick wall.
I made it where noone could get in and make it fall.
I made my feelings a stone and I made me so strong.
Told myself that I would never fall so hard.
But you sneaked in and picked the lock.
You came in and crumbled the wall with a rock.
And I knew in that instant my heart had been robbed.
I grew so weak and my feelings grew so soft.
But this is the sacrifice to be loving you.
I thought I was destined to always crawl along.
I knew the darkness I was living in felt wrong.
Being strong alone I felt wouldn't last very long.
I strained my ears to hear my song.
But I had nowhere to run where I felt I belong.
But you came in and picked me up to fight.
You are my saving angel I see in the light.
That angel is the foundation of my might.
I can hear my song playing throughout the night.
I know that I'm going to be loving you.
There was a door to my heart,
And a wall that wouldn't fall apart.
I remained so strong,
But I found myself falling so hard.
You sneaked in and picked the lock.
You crumbled the wall with a single rock,
And I felt my heart had been robbed.
I grew so weak and my feelings became so soft.
But now I'm glad because I'm loving you.
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