Ricardo Antunes

Veteran Poet - 1,682 Points (02/11/1982 / Springfield, Massachusetts)

Christmas Daze To Peace Of Mind - Poem by Ricardo Antunes

The nightly Christmas cheer
Comes along to everyone once a year,
But to limit Christmas to a day
Is foolishness denying elation
Expanding love increased

When you can celebrate
Not like many but to celebrate
Every single daily tradition
Making Christmas a time of joy
Felt from yesterday and today,

In a cycle of tomorrow expanding
To a life with the love you feel
You love more than anyone else
If our lives shared together
For seemingly forever,

When the poetry I write
Is seen in you inspiring truth
When every single person should
That the world lacks in insight
Like times of tragedy and blame

Live the lives of love
Like no other alone can
Where each day should
Always climax with a hug
Or to hold you in my arms

Close to heart... spooning
In our bed together as we gift
Each other the daily magic
Inside a holiday that should be
Felt everyday as the nights go on

Gift you and I upon awakening
With you by my side in your presence
As i fear upon the following day
Not to feel the warmth right besides
Your aura as you awaken

Up to find me smile while
You lean in for a kiss...
A kiss like nobody else can
Match the love inside for you
And we live forever together

But I'd rather die first before you do
So I wouldn't mourn
Your passing ever in my life
On and on until the time
Our inevident reunion in heaven

To live again to fall in love
Again and again from life to life
For all time to see you and I
Embedded in our hearts and minds
Recognize each other by instinct

The love we find in each other
For the Eternity we share together...
That love exemplified for everyday
We are together in peace of mind
For all time... a time indeed...

In peace with you
In my heart I gift to you

Topic(s) of this poem: christmas


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 3, 2015



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