Two Hearts by Phil Perkins

Two Hearts
by Phil Perkins
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She found her heart one day beneath an old sweater
That was lost in the attic of her yesteryear
Collecting dust of memories long forgotten
She took it back for want of love that she found pure


Across the sea
4000 miles
Another heart did beat


In a young man
Whose love for her
Would make their lives complete


Together they would rule the world
Two hearts, one love intwined
To share this blessing they have found
Heaven on earth, defined


Holding hands in the park
sipping wine after dark
They were married last spring

Now, they live happily by the ocean in a unique home which he built out of several shipping containers. She’s a thriving romance novelist, writing from her office which opens to a courtyard garden, in the center of their house. Together, they share stories in real time – a day in the lives of two dreamers who took a chance to embrace true love.

© 2021 Phil Perkins

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17 comentarios sobre “Two Hearts by Phil Perkins

  1. What a gorgeous love poem. Such sweet and tender thoughts.

    “Together they would rule the world
    Two hearts, one love intwined
    To share this blessing they have found
    Heaven on earth, defined”

    What a lovely romantic story, which I enjoyed. Thank you for this lovely introduction, Joni

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