Bee Kilpatrick


On Loves Fair Shore - Poem by Bee Kilpatrick

On bended knee we did first agree
To pursue loves true course
On trembling lips question asked
Eager ears for words to leave
From precious vessel and heart receive
To begin lives journey with friend in hand
To ask Gods’ blessings on our plans
For over treacherous or calm blue seas
Our two hearts agree to sale with thee
As our vows tie us two
In masters sailors knot
Tied by you
We cast off with love full force on our sails
Sweet serenity upon our face
Until at last gale force winds appear
The vessel runs off course
And two hearts struggle with the winds full force
Until at last through gale force winds are heard
The captains shouts as whispers on the wind
Is your faith is shaken in raging storm
But I have heard your pleas many times before
A sailor's true test is in the storm
Where sailors are made and captains are born
I have sailed this course before
And you will land once again
On loves fair shores


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Poem Edited: Saturday, August 21, 2010


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