There was a great distance, Of land and sea between you and me, a worldly dissonance.
Mountains and deserts, I would have traversed. Though the visa declared that it remained, that god awful distance
The nights that I panged and pained for your touch. Wary that as our mortal frames were apart so might our hearts distance.
So many tears fell aside the rain as I ogled the moon we share. The space between I and the moon not so a different distance.
In time we were reunited, and our hands hemmed once more. Yet with time elapsed our hearts victim to a slight distance.