London Love Poems

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To My Love - Poem by London Love Poems

When I try to tell you how I feel.

I can't ever
seem to find
the right words
to say.

When we're together
I can show you.

To me, that
bits easy.

I can make
you smile
as you do with
me.

I can make you laugh
as we roll around untidily.

I can hold you in my arms
and reassure you
that between us
they'll be no harm.

I can hold your hand
whilst we stroll
sharing the beauty
of lushes views.

But finding
the right words
to explain
what you mean to me
are so hard to do.

You're the gentle breeze
that surrounds me.

The very air that I breathe.

God bless
the day that you were born.

For you have blessed my days since.

Long ago were the days
that you were my princess
and I your prince.

For we are
King and Queen now, but
still the memory
persists.

I want you to know
what you mean to me.

But I can never find the words to say.

I love you
with all my heart
you mean the world
to me.

But before I allow
myself to get too
carried away.

I'd just like to wish you

A loving

Happy Birthday.





© Jon.London 2009


Comments about To My Love by London Love Poems

  • (7/23/2009 1:31:00 AM)

    i think you found the words absolutely beautiful 10 (Report)Reply

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  • Sandra Martyres (7/23/2009 12:27:00 AM)

    She is a lucky lady your love...a beautiful romantic piece....you area prolific writer of excellent love poems Jon.....10++++ (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 23, 2009



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