Patricia Kelley

Rookie - 36 Points (March 11 1957 / Oklahoma)

I Want To Show You How Much I Love You - Poem by Patricia Kelley

I just want to get on my knees and kneel down beside you, and wash your feet with my tears, and dry them with my long golden blonde hair.

I don't need any water; I can wash each foot with my stream of tears streaming down from my soft green eyes.

I don't need a towel. I can dry your feet with my long blonde hair.

I just want to love you and show you how much that I care.

You were there with me when my life seemed so unfair.

Just like you shed your blood for me, I shed my tears for you.

You filled my empty life with love.

You arrived with love on the wings of a dove.

How can I ever stop loving you?

I cannot repress this love that I have for you.

Every sin I had, you washed it away.

Every fear I felt, you calmed the storm inside.

I'm like a gushing waterfall falling in your hands.

Each time, I feel you; I fall in love all over, and over, again!

I just want to get on my knees and kneel down beside you, and wash your feet with my tears, and dry them with my long golden blonde hair.

I just want you to know how much I love you, that you will always live inside me.

You're every breath that I breathe.

You're every song that I sing.

My love for you goes stronger and deeper, than any river that flows.

This love is stronger than any love I've ever known.

I just want to get on my knees and kneel down beside you, and wash your feet with my tears, and dry them with my long golden blonde hair.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 31, 2013



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