Though You Love Many - Poem by JAMES T. ADAIR

Love is a pang
an unquenchable longing
That comes from your heart
or maybe your soul
Missing someone so much
You feel lost and incomplete
and no longer whole
Love is desire
That burns like a fire
that can break you
or inspire
but when it is finally shared
Love will fill you with happiness
and lift you higher
You can feel love for many
But you wish for just one
To cuddle close to you
and promise never to part
as you feel the beauty and warmth
of the setting sun

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 3, 2010

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