Linda I. Weischedel

Rookie (September 20 1967 / Philadelphia, PA)

Nice Way 2 Say I Love You - Poem by Linda I. Weischedel

When you say that you love me,
could it be you love what you're looking at
or are you lusting after by what you see,
well, actually it is both,
for I am your spunky young destiny.

From this day forth I care to be more
than just your friend,
please don't think of my words
as something of jesture, or pretend,
when I first met you and had very little time
to spend with you,
I prayed that day wouldn't have had end.

You don't wear a committed band
on your ring finger,
nor do you have a woman with the title of Wife,
allow this here woman who's heart
is filled with
timeless passion,
say you honestly want to,
for you're the promised mirror of my soul,
we shall then roam about in our own
desired compassionate life,
no more ever being alone,
picture bound by unity, you and I together as one whole.

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  • (11/7/2007 12:52:00 AM)

    Some of the words employed in the poem are simply superb adding new meaning- probably more than what you wanted to convey! Congratulations (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 23, 2011


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