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Below is the poem of the day entitled If Hearts Could See which was written by poet
If hearts had eyes perhaps then yours might see
the person standing right in front of you
with open arms and love, that longs to be
the one with whom a lifetime to pursue.
if hearts had ears perhaps then yours might hear
the tender whispers drifting through the air
amongst the trees, that softly call you near
and wrap around your soul with loving care.
if hearts had hands perhaps then yours might feel
emotions ever longing to caress
your tender feelings with a love so real
that only loving hearts can e’er express.
And still I hold great hope that there’s a way
your heart will someday see love’s sweet display.
November 24, 2020
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