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A Mortal in Love
by Robert Louis Arehart

Bright sun thru sparkling raindrops.
   Still heat on a damp afternoon.
The whisper of wind in the treetops
   on a night when the light is the moon.

Radiant blooms in profusion
   add color and brightness galore
and the long walk over valley and hill
   turns thoughts to the welcome in store!

This welcome, My Love, will be joy and the peace
   of knowing at last I am home
and the warmth from your love that I know cannot cease,
   would enrapture the heavens above.

Mere mortal I am, but likeness there stops
   no mortal could ever be me
for in the small span of life here with you
   I'm as ageless as yon redwood tree!
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Poem ID: 8134   Poem Posted: 4/13/2000
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