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February 14, 2011

You

You
         … sighing wind in summer trees

You
         … pale lilac scent in the breeze

You
         … bright sun shining in my eyes

You
         … spicy-sweet cinnamon surprise

You
         … sundress-silhouetted by bright rays

You
         … my pulse quickens, my mind strays

You
         … soft laugh and infectious smile

You
         … stay beside me just for awhile

You
         … the song I hear in my heart

You
         … skips on Cupid’s narrow dart

You
         …  a million little miracles all tied-up in

You

13 comments:

  1. aw! happy valentine's day. xoxo

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  2. Oh, that's so sweet! Yes, I'm sure you don't have any bodies to bury, lol ;-) Thanks for reading my crazy poem though!

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  3. just commenting again because i want to! i feel so free up in here!
    comment comment comment. did i mention i like this poem?

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  4. I wonder who that "you" is.. very romantique.

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  5. I like the simple, straight forward feel of this piece...feels authentic...and authenticity in a love poem is sublime

    happy late V-Day and have a wonderful One Shot!

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  6. Best (real) LOVE poem I've read so far, Eric!

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  7. Thank you all for the wonderful comments.

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  8. Oh what a sweet love poem....this would be perfect on a Valentine Card....nice Eric...bkm

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  9. This is a sweet one.. bringing along hopeful gestures.. :)
    Spicy sweet cinnamon- can I get some here?

    Love xx

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  10. Aww...how very sweet is that, Eric!!
    And just when I temporarily shifted gears to "grim", you decide to go romantic, huh?!?! :)

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  11. Awwww, VERY sweet! Beautifully written. :)

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  12. love this one, eric. I like the formatting, too... especially the emphasis on the word YOU and the way it really facilitated pronounced saccades as I read it.

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