Patricia Kelley

(March 11 1957 / Oklahoma)

You and I Are Meant To Be


You and I are meant to be.
As the deep blue Caribbean Sea,
I know you love me.
When I walk alone barefoot on the sea shore, you're all that I see.
When I'm alone, and your gone!
I have the lines drawn.
Seeing only your face, you belong to me.
Remembering each line to your face,
I never erase.
My welcome thoughts of you, invade my mind.
As I rewind.
Our quiet nights,
Together,
When you held me tight,
The stars our nightlight,
Never,
Letting me out of your sight,
This is when I knew.
You and I are meant to be.
Seeing you brings destiny.
Hearing you brings melody.
Speaking of you, I think Heavenly.
Forever,
And ever
You and I are meant to be.

Submitted: Thursday, February 21, 2013
Edited: Friday, February 22, 2013
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