Thursday, August 15, 2013

A Love Poem

One afternoon 
when trees stood clear 
against the sky 
at dusk 
the light, a pale soft gray 
I sat down 
to write you everything 
I've wanted to say 
but now I have the chance 
I find my words of passion, love and romance 
lose all their heat 
when dressed in black and white 
and fall in silence 
on the printed page ...
I need the poets 
of another age 
to write their sonnets 
full of furbelow and fuss
I can only show 
you how I feel.

(Picture of us was taken on Mother's Day
my husband always takes me out to a lovely brunch)

16 comments:

  1. What a beautiful couple you are, Margie. And I see you caught the words perfectly. Isn't it hard to express our deepest emotions? Words just never seem to be enough...

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  2. Oh, what lovely and loving words!

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  3. smiles....i would rather a love that was real and shown than made showy on paper anyway, you know...its hard to capture the intensity of what we feel, for sure...smiles.

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  4. so so so beautiful and you angel and your husband you didn't tell me he was hot ...i'm having so much trouble with laptop but then \I see you and your handsome hubby and I feel oh so much worst...no i'm kidding I feel tons better lol

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  5. So beautiful, So much love and hope and purpose. Glorious!
    Love Gail
    peace.....

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  6. Love the photo of you two and the poem is wonderful!!

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  7. Oh what a lovely couple you are and no you don't need the poets of another age although that line is gorgeous. Arohanui

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  8. Oh what a lovely couple you are and no you don't need the poets of another age although that line is gorgeous. Arohanui

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  9. You should receive your invite in your e-mail by the time you open it i will have posted Kimmi so tomorrow will be your turn and no worries we'll figure it out and thank you so much, you know for what....

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  10. As you see when i changed my profile inadvertently you show up on both my blogs don't worry about it \i clarified that the photos were mine only hey \i had to do what \i had to do lol

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  12. I love the picture!!! Beautiful poem my friend ;o) Hugs ;o)

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  13. Great picture; wonderful thoughts. And yes, words are inadequate, thought we must use them.

    Blessings and Bear hugs!
    desert.epiphanies@sasktel.net
    Bears Noting
    Life in the Urban Forest (poetry)

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  14. Thanks so much, Kim.
    Always nice to have you here

    ladyfi, many thanks.

    Brian, smiles, yes, me too.
    Thank you.

    Lorraine, hot he is ....LOL
    And thanks m'dear

    Gail, your kind words are so appreciated.
    Thank you.
    Love to you.

    Thanks very much, Sandy.

    Marja, thanks for the lovely comment.

    Magic Crow Love (Stacy), thanks my friend. Always love having you visit. Hugs.

    Rob-Bear, many thanks on the kind words.
    Blessings to you.
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    Wishing everyone a wonderful Sunday and week full of joy and many blessings

    Love
    Margie

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  15. A very thoughtful hubby there, Margie. A good man, for sure, and a great tradition to have! :D)

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  16. You can sure see the love in this picture, and throughout this poem. So sweet.

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

-Ruth Ann Schabacker