Moving Millstones - Poem by Annie Jane
Oh lover, lover, loved completely,
Come to me, come calm, come rest.
You're wearied by a world lead-weighted,
I'm here to hold you, love you best.
My love, you've shouldered burdens heavy,
And I will bury what I can.
Be sure to share your fears, your worries,
I'll bear it all so you can stand.
Oh lover, dreamer, sleep beside me,
We'll escape the world tonight.
The cost to cast away your troubles
Is paid from hands eclipsing light.
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