Joyce Hemsley

Rookie (22.9.28 / Portsmouth England)

I See You Everywhere - Poem by Joyce Hemsley

Authors: Joyce Hemsley
and John William Mcgrath.

Whenever we meet
the hours are sweet;
such joy floats on air,
and life is complete.
We speak of love and of roses
and feelings within our heart,
we think of where our spirit poses
and thrill to Cupid and his dart.

And I see you everywhere:
in the store, on the shore,
just a figment of my brain.
Everywhere you're there.
In my dream ~ in my prayer,
in the meadow and the lane.

Whenever we meet,
I have dancing feet,
we waltz on the air
to music so sweet.
We speak of mounting passion
and the glory and bliss of a kiss,
we look on others with compassion,
they may not know love such as this.

Now I see you everywhere:
in the morning, noon and night,
this is a love quite insane!
You are my 'sea and sand'
and now I see your stature grand
before me, once again.


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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 10, 2008



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