Rick Elpers

(12-24-54)

Time in between


Just as the new sun rises
On the eastern horizon
The time laden stars set
On the western horizon 
Illustrated on the lines 
Of our faces are stories 
That capture the truth 
Hidden in the soul
You with perfect new beauty
And I weathered from time
Bound inward to the heart
Outward to the embrace
We cling to the sky that binds us
Born in love spinning round
In eternity until the fates
Separate us pulling piece by peace
into being yet again given new life.

Submitted: Thursday, April 05, 2012
Edited: Sunday, May 27, 2012

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After this season of wonderful love, deeply abiding love, yet to her as a given to end.

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