Tenderness In Love - Poem by Meg Harrison
This love is soft with your skin against mine.
even when we do not kiss your voice is soft and fine
also gentle to hear you say my name
even though I am not famous
the way you say it I know you are mine.
you want me near you longer.
I love you because you are stronger.
But you would never hurt me.
I love the way you look at me.
You watch the way I move even if you stare.
I know you really care.
Because I see by look on your face that you care
since you are daydreaming
maybe your soft voice will ask me to marry you
and you will really be mine.
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