As If By Chance

As if by chance the wind should blow,
the sun should rise to melt the snow.
As if by chance the clouds bring rain,
the melted snow will fall again.
As if by chance two lovers meet,
walk, hand in hand, upon their feet.
As if by chance one falls apart,
the other stays to mend their heart.
As if by chance the tea is cold,
the kettle then shall sing an ode.
As if by chance the hearth should burn,
andiron logs to ash will turn.
As if by chance a faith is lost,
may grace remind of what the cost.
As if by chance you turn your head,
let loneliness not leave me dead.

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