Tammy Moore


Precious Moments Poem by Tammy Moore


Another sun has gone down, another night set
As I lay my head down to sleep
A picture of your sweet face appears to me
Of the day we first met.

Watching your eyes as they searched mine
The feel of your lips as our mouths melted together
I can still feel the longing I had for your touch
It's at night that I dream of our stolen moment in time

I can dream of being able to hold you tight
I can dream of our bodies and souls becoming as one
Blocking out the realities of both of our lives
Living in that moment of time, if only for this night

You are my fantasy of a perfect dream come true
I will always have the memories of those few precious moments
These are the things that help me through the nights
Until I can be, once again there by you.

Submitted: Monday, June 23, 2008

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Comments about this poem (Precious Moments by Tammy Moore )

  • Rookie James Neal (6/29/2008 10:03:00 PM)

    This is a sad poem, full of unrequited love but from the reality of lives, not each other. Very sweet. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Lesly Dee (6/23/2008 9:01:00 AM)

    wow i really love this poem, it reminds me of so much...
    keep writing! ! ! (Report) Reply

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