Room For Love - Poem by Leah Ayliffe
I had a dream we were running down cobble stone streets
laughing in the dim glow of the moonlight
no where to go in mind
We were dancing to the music of the wind
singing with the wildflowers in spring
brought down to our knees
When I woke without tears
heart full of room
to give and to love
until we are through
I had hoped to be wrong
Why is it always in sleep
I find things I can't keep
That bring me to a happy land
oceans of love rolling to the sand
Why can't I feel it in life
a touch of it without the knife
I look out the window for more
All the while thinking
I have it all
everything I could ever need.
I have so much inside
so much that I want to give.
I no longer find comfort in solitude.
Once I find you, someone who will tell me I am loved,
Who will let me in,
to sleep soundly inside your arms,
I will always let you in, no matter the sadness to follow.
Again and again,
'Cause this is one thing I know for sure:
There is room for love, and love will always be enough.
There is room for love, even after it leaves you behind.
Welcome home now,
I have everything you need right here.
We can visit galaxies now, and always have home right here.
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