Mended Wings Of Love Tears And Panacea Happy Anecdote - Poem by MBJ Pancras
I knew thou wilt search for me, it's true,
Thou hast made frequent calls from elsewhere,
Thou too knew I can't forget thee,
But time was sought to mend my broken heart.
Thy ultimate call pierced my heart laden in silence,
My silent heart woke up instantly and sought thee,
Thy words mended my wrecked heart,
I laid my heart in thy words of tenderness - -
So sweet that I took my heart unto thine.
Around us there flourished a garden of joy,
My soul perceived angels of love amidst.
I looked thee in my tears flowing along.
I knew the reason why snow melted:
True hearts never stay stony and cold,
Thy silent tears filled the earth with brilliance,
Thou hast let the fallen fish swim into thy palm,
And the fish hath a peaceful sleep in the cushion of thy love,
Thy utterances have turned soothing melodies for me.
Let's take a vow with love sealed in caress
Ne'er in the way of life there shall be bruises.
Let's stop saying ‘Good bye' to each other,
But let's be in the bond of welcome song
Ever in the gentle zephyr sailing to stop wailing,
For life is an art wedded in love and sharing,
And thou wilt be in the leaves of my poetry.
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