What would it take for me to scale that wall?
How foolish would I have to be to war
With stones so sharp and jagged that would slice?
I see the signs of those who tried before.
No one yet has found a single foothold
To lift them up to where they should not go,
But I will not be daunted by the danger,
I’ll scale the wall and live to show you so.
I have mastered well the art of climbing,
I’m skilled in the relentless search of dreams,
I wield the power of the love inside,
I long to mend your torn and tattered seams.
Some may call it Magic, yes, or Poison
That takes away my choice to let you go,
But I will not listen to their reasons,
When I really love, I’m like the granite stone.
I will be your poem and your love song,
I will be your dream, and your secret fire,
I will vanquish every dragon guarding,
I’ll push my way through all the razor wire.
I will reach you, else I will die trying,
You are a treasure, and I want it all
So look for me, my love, with aching eyes
And watch me as I finally breach your walls.