Kenneth T. Schofield

(Wildomak, California, USA)

The Key To Your Heart - Poem by Kenneth T. Schofield

If I had two wishes, and one wish to come true
I wouldn't ask for riches, here's what I would do
I'd wish I had the key to the door of your heart
I'd take it from my pocket, use it to unlock it
And so that we would never part
I'd lock my love inside it, then take the key and hide it
If I had the key to the door of your heart.
I tell my self that I am, just wasting time this way
I see you passing by and, beneath my breath I say
I wish I had the key to the door of your heart
I'd take it from my pocket, use it to unlock it
And so that we would never part
I'd lock my love inside it, then take the key and hide it
If I had the key to the door of your heart.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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