Peter S. Quinn


I Love You And I Love - Poem by Peter S. Quinn

I love you and I love
And to your heart confess
Which is my deep and above
Sweet aspects of caress

So much with it to regain
Touches hopelessly tongue-tied
Causes of distress and feign
When it is to you denied

I love you and I need
The deep from the inside fire
What I from your heart can read
With flowing timid desire

Love that has come so dearly
And even not spoken a word
Its nearness or what is nearly
Like an outside flying bird

I love you and I feel
That inside my heart lies
Sometimes imaginative unreal
Though never in longing dies

So much to give when there
Of the mind-set from the inside
Touches of moments adhere
When they – there - truly abide


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 19, 2009



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