Jay Aguiniga

Rookie - 66 Points (Scottsbluff Nebraska)

Simple Love - Poem by Jay Aguiniga

Together we walk
Focusing on the soft touch
feeling every textured
crevice, of your skin.
I love you so much,
Watching your
High-lighted Long strands
Frolicking in the breeze,
The want of, smelling
Your fragrance, freshness
Co-mingled with the mountain wind,
The sparkle in your eyes,
Like the hope of a wish,
On a falling star.
Darling I’m not
A man of big words,
Hell baby, I probably don’t
Even know a third
Of what’s in Mr. Webster’s.
But I do know…..
As you pick that wild flower,
What the meaning of life is…
the meaning is you darling.
I love your soft touch
I love you so much.
I long that you see,
That, I have enough of me,
To spend eternity together,
Until the end of our time.
I’m excited of the possibilities
spending forever with you.
I know at times,
I do your head in
Just thankful you understand,
when I give ya that
What did I do, Grin.
You always have had that
Knack, of making me feel
That I’m standing above any crowd.
You allow me to brighten that smile
On a bad day,
taking away the dark storm cloud.
If I could define our love,
More than life itself, everything above,
You being my very best friend,
From the beginning to the very end.
Darling what do you say,
We walk down from this foothill.
Lets take the long way home,
Enjoy the spill of this,
Until the sun goes down…

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Poem Submitted: Monday, March 9, 2009

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