When one finds love, it’s often difficult to sort out the emotions involved. The other person becomes one’s sounding board.
Why are you wracked with painful doubt?
Is this the way you handle strife?
What can I do to throw it out:
Dump children and estranged wife?
The questions fly both thick and fast
About the way I feel for you:
Are you afraid it just won’t last,
And that I won’t be yours or true?
Your faith needs strength to see you clear,
To keep your head above the waves:
You need to know that I’ll be here
To help you walk amongst Life’s graves.
I am your friend, your love, your life,
Your peaceful shelter from the storm.
I want you as my mate, my wife
To give our soul its perfect form.
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