Melissia Ann Senter
Like You Mean It - Poem by Melissia Ann Senter
When you look at me with love in your eyes,
like you have only just seen me for the first time,
love me with all your heart, like you mean it.
Don't make me feel
as though you have no clue who I am,
for you and I have been this far before.
So when you touch me, touch me like you mean it.
Take me in your warm loving arms
and hold me like you used to.
Don't act as if we were strangers;
while holding me, hold me like you mean it.
Not as if we're complete strangers from a bar
but as the lovers we are,
and have been for many years.
So, as we are holding each other, hold me tightly;
please hold me like you mean it.
Kiss me with your sweet lips, with tender kisses.
Tell me that you love me more than I know;
while kissing me, kiss me like you mean it.
We have had many years together,
now I wonder what we did wrong,
for you are off somewhere else
and I am sitting home alone.
So tonight I ask you,
look at me with love in your eyes;
make me feel as though you have known me for ever,
touch me with your warm and loving embrace.
Hold me tightly in your loving arms.
We are not strangers in a bar,
but lovers of one another.
For many years I have loved you,
and you me.
Kiss me with your soft sweet lips,
like I have never been kissed before.
Tell me that you love me like no one else does
Please remember to love me
like you mean it.
By MELISSIA ANN SENTER
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