Thursday, August 20, 2009


Once I envied the fishes
Their crystal halls of sea
And the lark its flight
Up heaven's height
Where I could never be.

I envied the sky its sunsets
The grass its dew of dawn
And the bee his secret shining hours
Beside the rose in her honeyed bowers
With crimson petals drawn.

But you have brought me sea and sky
Heart of flowers and dew
Though now all choices were offered me
I would choose of all to be
Lying here with you!


  1. Margie-
    I moaned right out loud - wonderful.

    Love Gail

  2. How wonderfully romantic Margie...simply beautiful.

  3. Margie, very beautiful. I think that everytime I come here. take care.

  4. this just makes my heart feel so melty, Margie... so delicate and romantic...

  5. Margie, how beautiful you have expressed how you love. It doesn't get any better description than this my friend. Still am in awe of your wealth of words in poetry.....:-) Hugs

  6. An elegant knitwork of thoughts n words :) Simply beautiful!


  7. I wish i could understand and see love through your eyes:)

    beautifully written!!!

  8. You are truly an inspiration, Margie. :) Thank you so much. :D


  9. your words make your life and your love sound so idyllic and magical -lucky you

  10. Love can do that for you, can't it?
    Being with someone you care so much for is a choice beyond all others.
    Your poem says it so lovingly.

  11. The beauty, the splendor, the majesty of love is in tribute here! Ever shall it be known, ever shall it be shared... blessings to you and your beloved.

  12. Hello Margie,
    What a pretty poem.
    The rose in the photo is very pretty too!
    You are so talented!!!!! I wish I could write.
    Have a pleasant Sunday morning,

  13. Beautiful poem, Margie :)

    I've been reading Gibran....and one of his quotes comes to my mind ' when your joy or sorrow becomes great, the world becomes small' :)


  14. Hi Margie, hope you are well.

  15. Thank you so much, Kai!
    Always so enjoy having you visit!


    Hello Gail
    How wonderful my poem evoked that response from you!
    Many thanks om your kind words!


    Hi Janice
    I really do appreciate your lovely comment on my poem!
    Thanks very much!


    Hello Cinner
    Thanks so much for your very nice are so kind!


    Hi Joanne
    I so enjoy when a poem I write can make "a heart feel so melty"
    That is wonderful!
    Many thanks on the lovely comment!


    Hello Bernie
    It's so easy to express the love this way as the love is so deep!
    Your kind words are always so appreciated!
    Thanks so very much!


    Hi Keshi
    Thanks very much for the lovely comment!

    Hello Anamika
    I do appreciate your kind words!
    Thanks very much!


    Hi Cez
    Oh, it makes me quite happy that you think me to be so!
    Thanks so much, dear!

    And, of-course, you are so welcome!


    Hello Ann
    Gosh, I guess that is so true!
    My life & love are magical & idyllic...I am very lucky and very blessed!
    Thanks so much, Ann for that great comment!
    It makes me realize not to take all the wonderful things in my life for granted.


  16. Hello Art
    So nice having you visit again!
    Thanks so much for the nice comment!


    Hi TechoBabe
    Yes, love can do all that & so much more!
    Your kinds words are always appreciated.
    Many thanks!


    Hello Rose Marie
    Thanks very much for your lovely comment!
    Your visits are always so very nice and also appreciated!


    Hi Lydia
    So glad you enjoyed my poem & the photo...I need to get out with my camera & start taking some pics of nature and post them as I have loved all of the nice pics you share.
    Thanks so much for being here & thanks for the very nice comment!


    Hello Devika
    Thanks so very much!
    Wonderful guote from Gibran...
    "when your joy or sorrow becomes great, the world becomes small."

    Take care!


    Hi Brian
    It's great seeing you here!
    I'm doing well...thank you & I hope all is great with you!

  17. AWWWW! That is so beautiful and romantic. I just want to keep reading it over and over again.

  18. Oh, I loved that comment, Anne!
    And, you know you can come back and read it anytime you wish!

    Thanks very much, my friend!

    Margie :)


Each day comes
bearing its own gifts ...
Untie the ribbons.

-Ruth Ann Schabacker