My heart leapt out of my chest and into your hands,
Where it was promised such comfort and told it’d make amends.
From any hurt in the before, love you now and evermore.
For the withering of my heart was once presumed dead.
Cleared, for all signs of life.
Dealt up until this point with nothing but strife,
For try as they might, there’s still fight inside.
You hear that heart beat as I lay next to you,
Can you imagine the affect that distance would do?
Inquiring minds hope never to wonder,
That thump hurt so good; nothing left to ponder.