Michael P. McParland

Gold Star - 82,713 Points (July 19 1983)

Come Rest 6 - Poem by Michael P. McParland

It's time to rest my only one
come join me and we'll lie down in bed,
hold each other in calming pleasent fulfilling peace.
Listening to each other breathe
feeling our hearts beat being calmed
by the ryhthmic sounds of love they sing outloud.

I'm very tired and I need to rest,
come join me dear and let's be at one right now.
I need you here to chase away this longing ache,
to help complete my heart again.
So I can also heal your aching heart
calming all your deep pains to bring you soothing peace.
Come lie with me my dear and rest our
weary minds and souls.

I love you babe and want to have you in my arms,
feeling total peace and calm
I'm so very tired and miss you deeply sweet Angel of my dreams.
Come rest and set ourselves free to
take what's ours a perfect harmony of our souls
walking hand in hand for all time.
A perfect loving union with my Queen,
a future I desire with you my one and only lady so supreme.

Topic(s) of this poem: love, sleep


Poet's Notes about The Poem

ILYF Kira. Come rest with me and feel whole again and at peace.

Comments about Come Rest 6 by Michael P. McParland

  • Kim Barney (3/10/2015 4:17:00 PM)


    Very nice, Michael. The two times you used LAY, however, you should use LIE instead. Lay is a transitive verb (needs a direct object) .
    I hope the hens LAY lots of eggs today.
    I will LAY the book on the table.
    I will LIE down now.
    Now I LAY ME down to sleep. (I LAY MYSELF down.)

    What makes it confusing is that the past tense of LIE is LAY, and
    the past tense of LAY is LAID.
    Yesterday I LAY on the hay.
    Yesterday I LAID the book on the table.

    I hope this helps. Keep on writing!
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    Michael Mcparland (3/12/2015 4:57:00 AM)

    Thank you very much for your compliment and pointing that out. Changes made. Thank you again. :)

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 11, 2015


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