Cathy Jackson

Rookie - 0 Points (3-27-1958 / Oakland, California)

I Love You, Baby - Poem by Cathy Jackson

“I love you baby”
I whisper
As you leave for work.

“I love you too, darlin”
You reply.

“I love you baby”
I whisper
When we make love.

“I love you too, darlin”
You reply.

“I miss you, baby…”
I whisper
“…When you’re gone.”

“I miss you more, darlin”
You reply.

“I love you baby”
I whisper
Each night, and kiss your cheek

“And I love you, darlin”
You reply,
And kiss my face
Before I dream.

“I love you baby”
You whisper
In my dreams

“I love you too, darlin”
I reply


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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 3, 2004

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 17, 2010


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