Frank Ian Bowen

Rookie (23 May 1952 / Portsmouth, England)

Valentine's Kiss - Poem by Frank Ian Bowen

As dawn breaks into consciousness, my hand stretched out to touch
your soft, warm form ‘cross pillows strewn. It’s sometimes just too much
for me to only gaze upon. My love swells up, my arms reach out to gather you to me
I gently stroke your sleep away, from dreams that set you free.
A smile breaks out, and then a kiss. Your arms reach out to hold;
my chest is full of tenderness, as round you arms enfold.
My fingers pluck some strands of hair away from soft blue eyes
and as your love flows over me, the breath from me just sighs.
The day flows past, and work gets done, the thoughts of home set in
Anticipation of your smile, and time with you begin.
I close the door and call your name, breathe in the fragrant air,
and there you are; a perfect sight; no matter what you wear.
A smile breaks out, and then a kiss, your arms reach out to hold;
my chest is full of tenderness, as round you arms enfold
My fingers pluck some strands of hair away from soft blue eyes
And as my love flows over me, the breath from me just sighs.
The evening spends its energy, the lights and sounds go dim
Its time for us to settle down, to let the night begin
A smile breaks out, and then a kiss, your arms reach out to hold;
my chest is full of tenderness, as round you arms enfold
My fingers pluck some strands of hair away from soft blue eyes
And as our love flows over us, the breath from both just sighs.
We climb the stairs and turn off lights, your looks are so divine
Another day in paradise, ‘cos you’re my Valentine.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 12, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, May 13, 2011


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