Amber Jones

Rookie (06/08/94 / Saint John's Hospital, Springfield, Illinois)

Traveler's Love - Poem by Amber Jones

Follow where the wind blows
West, across earth to sea
To find none, but where all goes
Say that, just you and me

Walk among the red rose
Under the blanket of blue
To ever combine what all knows
Is love, strong and new

Search neither for grace nor beauty
As the eye is fooled well
But look for that of heart’s duty
Resembling a ringing bell

My love for you shall never die
I promise I will be true
For hearts so close could not lie
When they say, “I love you, too.”


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, November 25, 2010



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