Morsels Of Momentos Poem by Susan Lacovara

Morsels Of Momentos



A hair stored within a locket
Put a pinch, me, in your pocket
Antique heart's key, to unlock it
...Should you care

Splash a drop of my fine perfume
On your pillow in your bedroom
On the scarf made from my own loom
...Sweet the air

Found some beachglass near a seashell
What a perfect pair they went well
With pressed Autumn leaves last year fell
...Just in case

Left a teddy bear, to coddle
Sent a message in a bottle
Bicycle built for two, full throttle
...Wins the race

Should you miss me comes the evening
And the sight of me when leaving
Brings your thought to certain grieving
...Please do this

Though some others they may mock it
My heart lifts off like a rocket
Put a pinch, me, in your pocket
...With a kiss

Sunday, March 23, 2014
Topic(s) of this poem: love
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
03/23/14) small offerings for love's riches...
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Guillermo Veloso 24 March 2014

endearing! ! ! ! its the small tidbits that make a lifetime of love a feast

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Md Elias Uddin 23 March 2014

very nice.....................! liked the poem.

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Jessica Lockhart 23 March 2014

Ooh I really like the rhyme scheme. Well done!

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Jessica Lockhart 23 March 2014

Ooh I really like the rhyme scheme. Well done!

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