JUST A MERE HOPE

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It'a plain and simple, nothing out of the ordinary

JUST A MERE HOPE

It’s plain and simple

Nothing out of the ordinary

It’s called love!

We sit with it

We feel it

We watch the oceans ebb and flow

The toing and froing

Like love can be at times

We hope and wish it could be ours

In the wee small hours

Where there is such darkness

Where at times love cannot be found

We hope that our love will be profound

Profoundly, overwhelmingly empowering

It’s the trinity

Love, Hope and Faith

That we all wish for!

A wish for evermore

I know in my heart of hearts

You are there in the distance

I watch

I wait

I’ll watch the waves ebb and flow

I’ll sit in the daybreaks

I’ll sit in the day’s dusks

I’ll watch the sun rise and fall

The glimmer of hope

That is there with the stars twinkling above

And here’s hoping that you’ll be my rock

A rock through the ages

A rock so strong, so sturdy

That you’ll never let me fall

A wish, a hope

That you’ll be

My lover, my best friend!

There isn’t a man that’ll make me feel so special

But I’ll be waiting patiently

There ain’t no man that’ll love me always

But I’ll be waiting patiently

There ain’t no man that is caring

But I’ll be waiting

There ain’t no man that’ll be so sensual, physical, sexual

Right here, right now!

But I’ll be waiting patiently

There ain’t no man ravishing me!

But I‘ll be waiting patiently

There ain’t no man kissing me passionately

But I’ll be waiting patiently

There ain’t no man capturing my soul

Making me feel whole

But I’ll be waiting patiently

Patiently

Patiently

There ain’t no man here to run to!

When I feel so sad and lonely

But I’ll be waiting patiently

With all my heart and soul

Just for you and you alone

Are you just a mere hope?

Oh I hope not

But I’ll be here waiting patiently

I cannot say much more

Yet give me the right

To love you with all my might

Tonight and every night

Day after day

© Teresa Joseph Franklin

21st January 2016

All Rights Reserved

 

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