Sunday, May 27, 2018
Softly spoken words with a wonderful inflection
Fall from her mouth with a graceful fragility
Allied to a wonderful simplicity.
Her professed shyness, slowly eroding and replaced
By a blossoming confidence
So sweet, so her and so attractive.
The imperfections that she describes and yet which I cannot see
Replaced by my views of her vulnerability, femininity and beauty.
Oh what bliss,
This urge to protect, to hold and kiss
As she walks barefoot in flower strewn fields,
Whilst long sunny days beckon and beg for her attention.
A realisation of a chance to grow beyond the here and the now
To be cherished and to belong.
Topic(s) of this poem: love,love and life