About the Poem
Sometimes souls touch before eyes see. Creating the most intimate love of all. For Love starts in the heart. Sometimes we see through colored glasses and do not see the beauty of the soul
For Rushelle and Andrew, who correspond and love with many miles apart, from California to Ohio.
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Loving Hearts Miles Apart
|by Pauline Hamblin
There are many miles between us,
But our hearts see not the distance.
Drawing our love even closer,
On this my heart it is insistent.
When we talk my heart sings,
You'll never know the happiness it brings.
Just to hear a word from you,
Keeps my heart from being blue.
I love you truly, yes I do.
I forever want to be with you.
For now I'll settle for the phone,
But know it's in your dreams that I belong
Longing for the day we greet,
Two loving hearts will then get to meet.
Never more to be apart,
Knowing it was long distance we got our start.
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