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Eternal Love

Jul 28, 2003

Gazing at the stars,
   perspective sharpens.
Are we meant
   to live alone?

Our heart,
imprisoned in its walls,
   aches for communion.
We are incomplete.

The hope of young lovers
   too often
   finds marriage
A house of strangers.
Did any lover
   want love
   to end?

Love until death
   could never
   bring joy
To the One
Who created it
   to last

How does devotion
How can souls
Love must be more
   than chance.

The secret of marriage
   from its Source.
Physical union brings
   two lives
   into the embrace
of the Inventor
   of passion.

Three become One;
Purified feeling with
   Golden thought;

   a Triune marriage
   tears apart
The fabric
   of the universe.

The Age
   of Eternal Love
   expands with the
Fidelity of lovers
   bound to God
   through lineage.

Ten billion years
   from now,
   how many
   will bounce
   on the knee
Of our Parent?

Our marriage
   will still be young;
   time enough
   to love together

In perfect resonance.

Peter Falkenberg Brown is passionate about writing, publishing, public speaking and film. He hopes that someday he can live up to one of his favorite mottos: “Expressing God’s kind and compassionate love in all directions, every second of every day, creates an infinitely expanding sphere of heart.”

~ Deus est auctor amoris et decoris. ~

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Peter Falkenberg Brown
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