I will find you.......I will you know
no matter the night or day
It all comes down gently in surprise
That my dear is always the way
It will come in microscopic touch
one finger tangled in your hair
Or perhaps the way the sun
lays against pillows there
But I will sneak into the smallest
open crack within your breast
And then what?.....It's all
over ...love knows whats best
Did you really think you would
hide....stay so long inside
That I wouldn't borrow your
soul....take it along for a ride
You may have a heart made of stone...
a soul of iron....a mind of steel
But I....I will turn them to liguid
And your soul will begin to reel
The problem with anyone giving it a name is that we cant see your heart enough to do the task justice. A title is a teaser, a cypher, a way, an added clue that helps the readers focus on what is important, decode the meanings, or an added dimension to the mystery.
Maybe 'I Will Find a Way.'
but you will know what best suits it,sometimes poetry gets
re-named and even altered over time. Working titles often help you decide on the one you want eventually. I use them when the final title is for a time out of my grasp.
or (this is an after thought) - ' Love Will Find a Way.'
I agree with 2uesdays and Ralwus - I think the best title would either be 'I will find you' or 'Love will find a way' or you could go for something not included in the actual poem - like 'Love will break you down', Reeling into love' or something like that! Good poem by the way.
I think that the line "smallest open crack" taken from the 3rd stanza would get most Google search results if it was the title
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