Safety Alas - Poem by Elizabeth Turner
You have rescued me from this pit of despair,
you have saved me from the awful terror.
I trust you now and I care for you so,
you make my face light up and glow.
I knew someone was there,
somebody that actually cared.
Yet I did not know who,
now I'm glad to say I do.
There is no more darkness in my heart,
however there is a very small dart.
Cupid has shot me with his arrow,
you've came to my rescue, like Jack Sparrow.
My life can become a mess,
yet you manage to make it the best.
I hope your always there for me,
because I am the luckiest women to have grasped thee.
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