Martin Kloess


Love Will Lead Us


Low strangers yet we feel this long lost thrill
Of seeing someone from forgotten past
Viewed with eyes that somehow love you still
Eternity has brought us back at last

Will we refill a glass so richly blessed
In time who sets the stage to love once more
Like lips whose kisses others so impressed
Left lights so love will lead us to our shore

Lest lies deny and doubters may refuse
Enduring dreams like ours a place to shine
As if their hearts were blinded by the clues
Dew dropped in darkness do forever pine

Use this a kiss two candles’ burning glow
So where our love will lead us we will go

Submitted: Monday, July 15, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 16, 2013

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