Joe Dawson

Take heart, my heart

Be calm my heart, there’s still time left,

To a find a heaving comely breast,

A prelude to a kindly soul,

A treasure worth her weight in gold.

 

Take heart, my heart, the day will dawn,

When eyes will meet and love will call,

Tis not beyond thy grasp or reach,

In faith lies fortune through belief.

 

Be still my heart, don’t anger time,

Where fools rush in, doors open wide,

A patient heart, with wisdom blessed,

Slow down, let fate decide what’s best.

 

And thus, dear heart, the hour arrived,

When fortune placed you by my side,

A screech of brakes, a packed street car,

You stumbled, smiled, and stole my heart.

 

© Joseph G Dawson

Comments3

  • anonymousblue

    Beautiful! Very elegantly composed as well. Sounds like the work of an old master. Enjoyed.

    • Joe Dawson

      Thank you, You have my heart, delighted you liked it. Joe

    • Saxon Crow

      Lovely poem Joe.

      • Joe Dawson

        Thank you, I greatly appreciate your reading and taking the time to comment. Joe

      • Goldfinch60

        Beautiful words Joe, may your hearts be as one soul.

        Andy

        • Joe Dawson

          Thanks Andy, Love, an instrument of faith that may spring into being without notice at any time. Joe



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