Love Never Enters A Casket

Poem By Uriah Hamilton

The stars will shine
Like an autumn night
The evening of your birthday
And heaven will offer you
Benevolent gifts.

The moonlight and wine
Will sparkle in your eyes
And you will feel the love
You’ve sought since fragile childhood.

The impression of my kiss
Will grace your cheek
Even if destiny and fate
Take me away
From the realm of the living.

Comments about Love Never Enters A Casket

An eloquent offering. Love will outlast us all. Take care, my gifted friend. Warm regards, Sandra
Good work........................... FjR


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