Dorothy Warwick

(New Hamburg, Ontario, Canada)

Not Anyone - Poem by Dorothy Warwick

How can anyone, love anyone so much?
After all these years to still thrill at your touch.
Just to feel you close beside me,
Have your loving arms to guide me.
How can anyone love anyone so much? How can anyone need anyone, like this?
When you're not close, my whole world seems amiss.
My life pauses, breath abaiting,
Your return I stand in waiting.
How can anyone need anyone like this? How can anyone, love anyone so much?
Great contentment just to reach out to your touch.
You're all that makes my life worth living
With your loving and your giving.
It's you I love, not just anyone, so much.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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