Thomas Howe


When I Wake Up - Poem by Thomas Howe

When I wake up here is what I see
The most beautiful sight I could wish for
Your curves outlined under the blankets
Dark curly hair spread across the pillow
Golden skin glowing in the morning sun
When I wake up here is what I smell
The familiar scent of you that I crave
Cherry passion from your conditioner
Faint smell of your sweet lingering perfume
When I wake up here is what I feel
Warmth of your head resting on my broad chest
The smoothness of your skin pressed against me
Heart beating so softly in rhythm with mine
Soft warm breath tickling the hair on my chest
When I wake you here is what I think
How did I manage to capture your heart
What did you ever see when you met me
You are more than I could ever ask for
Can it get any better than this
When I wake up here is what I know
There is no one out there better than you
I will be there until the very end
Through the good and even the rough times
I love you more than the meaning of love

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 29, 2010



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