Love

Poem By Steve Crisenberry

Elizabeth and Juliet, their lives spent
Serving love for all to see
As they did rend
Their hearts ne’er did flee

Irony’s face they saw
Climbing highest walls
For limitless love
While singing its song

Oh, conquering heart
Let me not die
This love not to part
For if love lost, I lie

Take my love to pierce,
While hearts entwined
Speak tender tones of warmth,
We two do share

Oh love eternal seal me yours
That with love’s kiss my soul might soar
To unfettered heights we go
Yet deepest pain by moments lost

Elizabeth, Juliet and you
Sing the songs of love
In time finally redeemed
This love highly esteemed

Joined in time
A walk eternal,
Like a petal to the rose
Are we to Love

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