I Love You - Poem by Randy McClave
I love you more than the daffodils
That grow on top of the hill,
I love you more than the flowers grown
And loving you, I always will.
I love you more than the music I hear
That sound will never disappear,
I love you more than the books I read
As your story is written inside of me.
I love you more than the sand on the beach
That lays underneath my feet,
I love you more than the ocean blue
Even more than the oceans breeze.
I love you more than my precious sleep
And the times that I never weep,
I love you more than the food I have
And even more than my delicious sweets.
I love you more than the clothes I wear
And more than the brushing of my hair,
I love you more than the shoes I own
And that love for you is always there.
I love you more when it's raining and storming
And I sleep late in the morning,
I love you more when your protecting me
From spiders and bugs without any warning.
I love you more than the raindrops and the dew
That arrive with surprise and without a clue,
I love you more than everything I know
As there is nothing I love more than you.
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