Jodie Foster

Simply Love.

The clouds open up each day
to reveal your perfect smile,
the wind flows free reassuring
that your there watching over me.

And those three words
meant everything to me,
but I know that those same words
aren't everyting that they should be.

But when you laughed, I laughed
and when you cried, I'd wipe away your tears,
and when you were scared,
we'd run away together...

but I know this also to be true,
I can never stop loving you.

Those soft sweet whispers
still remain here in my head,
as I drift away to sleep
wishing you were with me in my bed,

And those three words,
meant everything to me,
but I know that those same words
aren't everything that they should be.

But when you laughed, I laughed
and when you cried, I'd wipe away your tears,
and when you were scared,
we'd run away together...

but I know this also to be true,
I can never stop loving you.

Poem Submitted: Monday, March 30, 2009
Poem Edited: Monday, March 30, 2009

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Comments about Simply Love. by Jodie Foster

  • Wesley Dale Willis (5/18/2020 2:07:00 PM)

    I loved your poem " Simply Love"
    In the second stanza last line everything is spelled wrong.
    It sounded bad when the reader read it.
    I'm writing a book of poetry Jody.
    Could I get you as a commenter on it.
    Outskirts Press is putting it together for me.

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  • Naseer Ahmed NasirNaseer Ahmed Nasir (3/30/2009 11:06:00 PM)

    The clouds open up each day
    to reveal your perfect smile,
    the wind flows free reassuring
    that your there watching over me.

    Wonderful start for a poem which is simply love, but love is an endless phenomenon and you can never stop loving......Good write, Jodie. Keep on loving and keep on writing.

    Best Wishes
    Naseer

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