Atef Ayadi

Forty Letters To A Woman – Thirteenth Letter – - Poem by Atef Ayadi

I will love you, the
Way no body else
Dear to love you.

I will love you, the
Way you like to be loved
To be explored, and

I will love you,
So the words: peace, war, pain, happiness
May need to be redefined.

I will love you in
Your terms.

I will love you
And take you
Where you had never been before.

I will love you
Like a child.

I love you like and old man
Desperate from life
He loves life.

I will love you
In between,
Second by second,
Minute by minute,
Hour by hour,
Day by day,
Year by years,
Century by century,
Millennium by millennium.

I will love you,
I do not have other choices;
But to love you,
Worship you, and
Conquer the imaginable for you.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, March 12, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, February 1, 2011

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