Love Sees All - Poem by Patricia Kelley
Love with its tempered wings you spy on me like someone hungry.
Waiting with their hand open for ripe fruit to drop from its branches,
You cannot lie.
I see it in the sparkle of your eyes.
Your eyes speak hunger.
You reach up with such eagerness that the limb bows.
You think that I am so weak that I don't see.
Love sees all!
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