When Love Persists - Poem by William Blackman
Love, like in a poet's dream.
Love, touched by all of nature's wonder.
Love, brighter than morning light on a river's gleam.
Love, that beats with fire and the thunder.
Love, unspeakable power rumbling somewhere in the sea.
Love, strong and durable denies certain death.
Love, sure to capture the Queen, a fearless Knight compelled
to one knee.
Love, with it's immortal soul and impassioned breath.
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