All You Need Is Love

By , Quaker Hill, CT
Nothing really matters, not life nor death, if you don’t have love
The childish smiles, this faded pearl necklace, the lovely tarnished ring on my finger,
The red ribbon in my hair, the comforting voices of friends,
My favorite fruit, strawberries so sweet and tart,
The most delicious foods in the world, or the most disgusting foods,
No amount of money could buy my love,
No amount of honey could be as sweet as you my love,
No music could ring in my ear as perfectly as your whispers
No eyes but yours could stare into mine to see my melting heart
Nothing really matters, not life nor death, if you don’t have love
Nothing really matters if I can’t have you.





Post a Comment

Be the first to comment on this article!

bRealTime banner ad on the left side
Site Feedback