Two Trails Become One Road
By Steve Miller
In tails and white, you’ll leave tonight, with the one that you love so,
You must allow us one last chance to tell you what we know.
As feather legged horses strain against each single tree,
Life’s heavy burdens shared by two are drawn more easily.
And though you’re now together, yoked in love and grace,
Push not against each other, respect the others trace.
Love shared is not divided, but multiplied you see,
It’s the only time I know, when one and one adds up to three…
Or four, or five, or six, or even seven,
But be assured each red round face is an angel straight from heaven.
It’s time to take your parents love, store it safely, deep within,
A new page in your book of life you must today begin.
As together you ride separately, two trails become one road,
That leads towards your destiny, God bless and share your load