Oh 'How I Loved You! Poem by JAMES ROBERTS

Oh 'How I Loved You!

Rating: 2.9


Do you remember how much we loved
Not only in the beds where we laid
But also in then touch, the smile.
The eyes with which we followed
Each others body language
Remember the tremble in my Voice
W hen I first spoke to you
Only a slip of time tore us apart

Now all that’s finally passed
Can you remember the body that trembled to your touch
The times we gave our will over to Eros

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Rachel Butler 19 September 2009

Can you remember the body that trembled to your touch Rachel Ann Butler

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Fay Slimm 08 January 2009

Even the title tears at the heart of the reader Jim - and it is echoed in the main theme - - this is a sad but not desperate poem - - a reminiscence of what the piece describes as only a slip of time away - - - very appealing poem - - and a 10+ + + from Fay. xx

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Tsira Goge 03 January 2009

Very beautiful poems, the love proceeds to live in memoirs...10.. Tsira

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