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A Poem For My Love

© Leon Quinn

If I were a Sculptor, itís you I would shape.
If I were a Painter, itís you I would paint.
If I were a Singer, to you I would sing,
Of the feelings inside me, that your love brings.
If I were a Doctor, itís you I would heal.
If I were a Robber, itís you I would steal.
If I were a Poet, to you I would write.
But words wonít explain, what you mean in my life.
If I were a Christian, itís God I would thank.
For your love overcomes me, as a river bursts bank.
If I were a Dove, to you I would fly,
One love Ė together, never to dieÖ

For Eimear on Valentines Day..

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We two form a multitude

- Ovid

Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.

- Aristotle