Sunflower (2016) - Poem by M.W. Styner
Perish her pain.
Hold her tears.
Silence her words.
Demolish her fears.
Embrace her cares.
Remove your understanding,
substitute it with his.
His love overshadows her deepest conviction.
His love overpowers the devil's hold on her soul.
Through his reflection in my imperfection may her heart be fulfilled perfectly. By: M.W. Styner, Jr.
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