Linda Ori

Rookie - 192 Points (08/13/1945 / UTAH)

Every Now And Then - Poem by Linda Ori

A random thought while daydreaming,
A whisper on the breeze -
Still sometimes the smallest thing
Will bring me to my knees;
A song reminds me of your face,
A poem's familiar ring,
The sweet perfection of your words
Brought life to everything;
And even though you're nowhere near
You're closer than you know -
That doorway that you wandered through
Still beckons me to go
Where often I imagine you
Still fresh within my mind -
Heart to heart, hand in hand
Our fingers intertwined;
A part of me will never rest,
There's so much left unsaid -
The poem remains unfinished
With the words inside my head;
My life goes on from day to day
Yet still your memory lingers -
And softly every now and then
I feel you touch my fingers.

Comments about Every Now And Then by Linda Ori

  • Ann Beard (6/1/2011 9:13:00 PM)

    Hi Linda, I thought I was able to leave comments again, but maybe not (my second try) I came back for another read, one to keep. Regards Ann (Report)Reply

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  • Ann Beard (6/1/2011 9:10:00 PM)

    Hi Linda, looks like my comment to PH worked I am able to comment now.
    Came back to read again. One to keep. Regards Ann

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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 27, 2011

Poem Edited: Thursday, June 2, 2011

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