Adrienne Clark Strachn

(December 6 / New York)

PERFECT LOVE


Perfect Love
Is it one that gives
hugs, kisses or tender caresses,
always hot for one another
Is it the respect that's given to one another
the pet names replaced by our real names
Is it the love notes written when apart
picking up the phone,
calling the same time everyday
the first touch remembered
creating warm feelings throughout the body
hearing your name, even when you are not there
The children we made,
a replica of the two of us.
I'd like to think of us remaining faithful
staying in love, till old age
sharing different opinions
the rest of our lives
no true definations, knowing
everyone defines their loves
their own interpretation
SATISFIABLE, JUSTIFIABLE
Claiming their own happiness
What is The Perfect LOVE



Written by Adrienne-Clark Strachn

Submitted: Monday, June 02, 2008
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