"Love is like war; a breeze to start, But seems so very hard to stop" The feeble *****, or 'loving' heart Can lead you thrice over the top.
It'll throw you first, then let you fall And let you take the longest climb But then you'll give the jump your all To make it work so well this time
"Where there is love, then there is life" Then why do I feel I'm near death I wish that you could be my wife Through every storm, to the last breath
I feel like you are still the one Despite the time that's passed us by We've both made turns looking for fun But really they've just made us cry
"Life without Love is bad as a tree, A tree without blossoms or fruit" I want to reap harvest as big as can be But without you here, its all just minute
Oh I can see the simple truth We are not meant to be apart I wish I could return to youth At least I'd then be in your heart
"Love is like war: easy to begin but very hard to stop." - H. L. Mencken "Where there is love there is life." - Mahatma Gandhi "Life without love is like a tree without blossoms or fruit." - Khalil Gibran