Oh My Poet
My love for you has more depth than the oceans,
It is higher than any mountain tops.
If flows gently, willingly, with honor in my heart for you.
I want to show you great and marvelous things,
I want you to explore every inch of me body,
I want to discover every piece of our love puzzle as pioneers seek for the gold,
My love for you is as wide as the east is from the west, it has no bounds.
It's roots are deeply entrenced as a tree rooted by the river bank,
For you my love dances with joy unspeakable.
I want us to share one anothers beauty of faces aglow for one another,
I desire to hold your face in my palms and stare into your eyes as you stare into mine,
And listen to what those eyes say...for the eyes are the window to the soul.
Love is a test...come and give me my exam, I am up for the test baby,
Love is a trial...and I long to trial with you awhile,
Love is a Testimony to celebrate success.
For thier is no dismay because Love Never Fails,
Please take a chance on me,
So there will be no regrets for either of us.
And we shall both overcome our fears and insecutities,
And see what comes from the power of our love
..................................... ....................... Cambridge Keenan July 13,,2013
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