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How Can You Read My Heart?

Poem by: Mistress of Word Play

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A poem of love for my beloved husband Gary.

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Submitted: February 18, 2010

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Submitted: February 18, 2010

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How can you read my heart
with such ease and mastery?
You find those tender spots
that fear hidden inside of me.

Do my eyes, the mirror’s soul
reveal those secrets and desire?
You know things instinctively
all my sorrow and passion’s fire.

I may never find those answers
But still I am content in knowing
Your love is here for me always
and each new day it keeps growing.


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How Can You Read My Heart?

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A poem of love for my beloved husband Gary.

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