Daniel Lloyd Kennedy
Longingly - Poem by Daniel Lloyd Kennedy
I long to hold, and tenderly kiss you,
To hold you close, so not to lose you,
To feel your hair, brush gently my face,
Your soft warm skin, in lovers embrace.
This distance causes, such pain in my heart,
My love for you, is not whole but part,
You hold a piece, the rest of the whole,
The missing piece, within your soul.
(1999 Chandler AZ Rememberance of a dream I had the night before)
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