Even Though We've Lived Apart

Music: The Marsh of Rhuddlan.
Sequenced by Barry Taylor.

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Even though we've lived apart,
I do not love you less.
There's provision in the heart
For storing tenderness.

There's a love that like a star
Must reconfigure space
To turn the far-flung wanderers
Towards some predestined grace.

Time matters not, nor pain, nor death,
Nor fate as hard as stone.
This truth needs but a single breath,
And that we now have known.

Ah, Father! What a joy to live
With love at last expressed!
Life has no greater gift to give
Than that with which we're blessed.

Copyright by Nicholas Gordon





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