We Took Our Hand

A stallion with a broken spirit
And a woman with her broken heart
They found each other in the desert
The cactus has thorns
The heat so hot it was cold
But they took each others hand
And a time went by
Her heart could love again
His spirit strong again
They were living once again
Trees begin to grown
Flowers bloomed
And grass blanketed their feet
They looked at each other, and smiled
We are husband and wife
We are life
If we should ever part
We would surely die

By:  Roger Harkness

 
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