We Are One - Poem by Kevin East
If this blue earth reaches for the sun
And doves sail the breeze, so white and true
Then silver waterfall did run
As our hope lay with morning dew.
If darkest night is lit by creeping dawn
Bereft of flowers our gauntlet run
Both standing as the pistols drawn
Our tapestry would then be spun.
When breathing in the empty sky
Both hills and thoughts did mask our view
Years locked you from my loving eye
In grey room where all hopes were few.
If pain of heart on troubled road
Whispered promise like a mute
Lonely dreams on white charger slowed
Only by your distant flute.
As our emotions came undone
Small voice declared that we are one.
If your sweet kiss lingers soft with scent
As nightlights disappear from view
Your hand in mine, if only lent
One second, as our love first grew..
If candlelit, your eyes seek mine.
When insecurity pulls a gun
Our sweetest fruit still on the vine.
Freedom like a wild horse will run.
And parting slaps the face of love
Then dying in mundane abyss
It's then we both must look above
Our shooting stars collide to kiss.
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