Monthly Archives: June 2017

What is it…?

What is it that compares with you, my dear? Where bides, where would, what could, it be? The sparkling stars in glory do appear, Yet darksome seem beside the eyes of thee. The sun throws out his splendid shafts of … Continue reading

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Kisses of Light

I picture your face In your picture that’s newer, Where the bloom of aged youth has departed. But for me it has all Of the beauty of truth And wise gentleness there getting started. I picture your face As you … Continue reading

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How Can…

How can I love you more each day? I only know I do. And is this all I have to say? I only know it’s true. I cannot summon words for this; The speech of time is done. There is … Continue reading

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Her Loyalty

Her aging lover swept her off her feet With his lips so warm and his eyes so sweet. The dream of being carried, spun around, Was in his voice of music—oh, what sound! Her loyalty to youthful dreams was real, … Continue reading

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Soft Falling

As you leap from the cliff That is three feet high I catch you with laughter And love in my eye. I catch you and keep you And won’t let you stray, Or else you’ll be leaping Again, I dare … Continue reading

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Now There’s You

I used to be so independent; I never needed anyone; I stood aloof and so transcendent, But now, there’s you. I used to be all to myself, yes, My imagination was enough, yes, I never needed anyone, no, But now, … Continue reading

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Medium

I imagine your medium voice, Medium sweet, medium rare— Oh, that sounds like a steak! I chew on it and rejoice! So juicy and tender and fair! Oh you, my dear medium one! Please, don’t ever be well done! My … Continue reading

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