Linda E. Robinson

(Trenton, New Jersey)

Unspoken Love - Poem by Linda E. Robinson

A walk through the park
on a breezy summer afternoon,
Holding hand with someone dear,
A candelit dinner for two,
a fleeting glance
a smile by chance.

The fragrance of honeysuckle
on the vine,
a warm embrace
a smiling face, a fire place.

Sensuous melodies played
that touch the heart and lights a spark.
Lemonade
dancing close in a dim
lit room,
sharing a ice cream sundae
smuggling and cuddling,
Just being with you!


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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