Katerina Yanchuk

Rookie (December 7,1984 / Jüterbog)

I Love - Poem by Katerina Yanchuk

I love your short and blonded hair,
The way you look at me and stare
At those you think may hurt my soul,
And how solicitously you don't let go
My hand when we are crossing road,
The way you try to move a mote
From my expensive winter coat...
And put a ring that made of gold
On my fourth finger, without a word.
But you don't have to do that now,
You have my faithful priceless vow.
So let me say a few things more
Before I stay, before you go.
I love your pretty little mole,
Your stretched black shadow on the wall,
The way you make my fun each fall
When rainy days turn me to blue,
I have so much to say to you.
I love your lines in silver haze,
The way the lamp lights up your face
And how you come downstairs with grace
To make me cup of herbal tea.
I love the fact you're loving me,
Your fearless spirit, young and free,
Your grey-blue eyes, that let me see
The world's best things in lovelight ray.
I have so many words to say
Before I leave, before you stay.
I love to watch when you are sleeping,
I love to feel your fast heart beating,
To hear the bell when you come back,
Your skin-tight t-shirt, old and black.
I love the way we move in dance,
I love the touch of your warm hands,
I love your shy and stealthy glance,
I love your look, I love you charm,
I love the scar on your left arm,
I love your voice, I love your smell,
The way you put on me a spell,
There are more things I want to tell,
But when the night turns into day
I have to go, you have to stay...

Comments about I Love by Katerina Yanchuk

  • (4/17/2009 9:29:00 AM)

    u love and u are lovely and beautiful as the poem here states wow.. im captivated (Report)Reply

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  • (4/13/2009 1:45:00 PM)

    WoW! ! ! this is so painfully beautiful! honestly very touching! (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, March 16, 2009

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