Heather Burns


A Valentine


If we
could have
met when we
were very
young

You would
have been
my love of
life
my passion
fruit

I would
have loved
you forever
never
desiring
another

I would
have
wrapped
my heart
around you
insulating
you from
this world

However fate
for-seen
this
whispered no

A love such
this is not
allowed

So we must
deal with
what has
been offered
loving
friendship..













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Submitted: Monday, August 09, 2010
Edited: Thursday, August 07, 2014

Topic(s): valentine


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