He was like a Fireball
That much was clear
It was said he had chemistry
And could charm everyone near
Ladies loved him at least once
But his heart was set and ready to pounce
On a gal who was out of town
In a land at the bottom of world
He could feel her presence and wanted her near
And often when alone, he'd shed a tear
“Please come here...” on the phone he would plead
365 days in every year
To which she'd reply, “Sure, I’ll be there”
But in each other’s breath
Was the sound of despair
Their love was wild and weathered well
It had visited both heaven and hell
And travelled through space and time
Even survived punishment and crime
And the near death of an innocent child
Passion would come in many forms
Often making them feel forlorn
They aimed to mend their hearts when torn
And learned to love each other once more
They lived through the highs, the lows and the ugly
Devotion and love seemed a lifetime certainty
Their friendship meant more than just something
To this day, their hearts remain locked in eternity.
© Copyright Maria D'Alessandro 2012. All Rights Reserved.
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