By Roland E. Williams
Is there a star I would not name after you?
Is there an ocean I would not swim for you?
Is there a diamond that is beautiful enough?
Or for that matter any other good stuff?
For each grievance I have I pledge more love to you
For each relapse we get I hold your heart closer to mine
For each lost moment your image burns more true
For each unfaithful thought I become more wholly thine
Is there a spot in heaven I would not reserve for you?
Is there a cloud in the skies I would not fly to for you?
Is there a heart that is as gracious as yours?
Or one that has opened up as many doors?
For each child you bear for me, my love grows stronger
For each time we make love, my heart becomes meeker
For each year we spend together, my soul grows younger
For each caress you give me, my barriers become weaker
Is there a part of me I would not gladly give for you?
Is there a mountaintop I would not climb for you?
Is it too much to ask of myself to love only you?
Can I love another as true as I have loved you?