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Is There Any Other Possible Way?

Updated on May 22, 2022
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I have written over 4,000 poems and 1,000 songs and yet I am still searching for that perfect poem or song which eludes me.

Don't wait till it's too late to love her like you never have before

What could be better than this?

Love her as if 

there'll never, ever
be another kiss,

what could possibly
be wrong with a hunger
such as this?

sweet goodbyes, 

no bitter words 

should slam the door,

many took this exit 

then were lost

Save your rage
for politics, 

and the stupid
stuff folks do,

so many things
deserve it more

then someone
who loves you.

Linger in each
other's arms, 

sweet shelter
treasured by,

so many men
whose empty arms,

embraced war torn skies
sighing her name 

as they die.

Call each
other often,

take a minute
just to say, 

I love you, hon, 

I'm thinking of

and missing you today.

Corrie's husband
called her,

on an ordinary day.

While having
trouble breathing,

and he just felt
he should say,

he might not
make it out of there,

but wanted her to know, 

he loved her
oh, so very much,

and then the Towers
both let go.

Love as if your
never coming, 

back to taste again,

the heady wine
of love so fine, 

when her sweet
lips descend. 

There are a few
that I once knew,

I'd gladly
give my all,

to feel their arms
around me,

share their kiss,
or take their call.

Fate waits within
the shadows,

even perfect
loves know despair,

one moment
bliss and paradise, 

the next, your
love's not there. 

So spend some
extra minutes, 

savor each and
every touch,

in the long view
love is fleeting, 

we seldom
get that much.

Though love
will last forever,

what's flesh will
pass someday

love like
there's no tomorrow

is there any other way?
Author notes
The poem is about the right 

way to love, so many people 

take it for granted until 

they find the one they love 

under a granite stone. 

love should be uncompromising, 

even agreeing to disagree 

just to keep the peace of 

a good relationship intact. 

It is not easy to love as 

if you were spending your 

last day with your dearest, 

but it is the most perfect 

way to keep them a long long 

time. that is why I wrote this, 

to give examples to those who 

are at present falling out of love. 

there is always time to salvage 

what was once good, if there 

was no infidelity involved, 

and even that has been overcome 

by renewed love.

© 2010 Matthew Frederick Blowers III


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