If love had a sound It would whisper caress into my ear healing my emotional mess. If love had a sound, it would scream to my soulmate “hey, I got you a lady, I hope I’m not too late” If love had a sound it would crawl to me, As I sit getting sun kissed by nature “I know I shouldn’t sneak up on you like that, but I’m now mature”
If love had a sound it would be a knock to my heart’s door pleading to enter. It would be the winds of winter getting chased by the rebirth of summer If love had a sound it would be a bang of a blind man’s stick seeking guidance To reach into his woman’s arms.
If love had a sound it would moan with satisfaction, for it has experienced its first orgasm. If love had a sound it would define its name It would use its tongue to tame To heal broken hearts Numb the pain from all the stitches
If love had a sound it would preach purity Sigh imperfection and smile with satisfaction It would release a sound of uncertainty but still be willing to fall into the arms of those careless It would cry from falling but smile with no regrets because of imprinted memories on it.
If love had a sound it would be an unpinning sound of attachment and pinning sound of commitment. If love had a sound it would laugh at the confusion of its own name How it replaces the hurt it causes with the love that suddenly bangs uncontrollably