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Author Name: PremiumSunset 2 Comments
Date Added: October 02, 2011 22:10:01 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Type: Free Verse
Category: Love Add To Favorites | Formatted Version
 
A Silly Little Love Poem
The night sky grows dark I long for your touch A scent of sweet love fills my nostrils The smell of your summer blonde hair excites my nose when you pass   I long for your lips so plump a moist My heart skips beats when ours touches Yours unto mine   As I stare into your eyes when we embrace takes me to a far away paradise When we are apart I long for your sweet comforting words of affection My life is complete with you   No evil can harm me Not the evil thoughts of what once was Or the abuse of a monster who ravaged my core for o' so long   When I sleep I drift over to your bed and hold you tight and we lay and watch the stars You listen and smile as I spew silly tales of foreign soils Or of funny tales of a drunken giant   When we are together the sun is always shining and there is never a cloud in the sky The hawks are at bay and I am with you as you are with me The sun shall never set   Until that day when we meet again I shall hold my lip and bide thy time Until my heart can skip once more   And my breathe can be stolen again   Ah my love I love you more that sandwich's
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Comment By: PremiumHOPE on October 3, 2011 10:17:29 PM Report
I loved the surprising ending, made me smile.  A lovely poem but I'm not sure if she would appreciate the ending.  A beautiful expression of new found hope discovered by a loving heart.  Tina
Comment By: FreeDean on October 3, 2011 03:31:43 AM Report

Beautiful romance....



A love poem, and perhaps a bit of lust as well, seemed to me, however, I was a bit confused by the very last finishing line " I love you more that sandwich's"! Do you mean the sandwiches she used to make for you to eat, or you meant "more than sandwich's"







 


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