The Promise Poem by Leorne Adile

The Promise



And then she took him for a walk,
Yet all the way neither of them spoke.
They'd learned to let silence talk,
Till they reached the top of the rock.
Then she, at last, the quiet broke,
'Make me, for the third time, a vow
Promise', she added, 'to never let go'
And he, in the words he'd said before
Repeated, his voice calm and low,
'I'll never leave you dear, nor go,
Until when this heart beats no more.'

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