You And I Poem by Rosie Bourget

You And I

Rating: 5.0

In our hearts, we are no different in color
Come to me when the sky changes color
We live for each other
I'm glad you are my significant other
Come to me when grief is over!

When life tries to hold me down
You pull me around
For being honest
Your kindness
Make me the best!

While it seems like love
Is lighter than air
Nothing can equal love
Even though it's difficult to bear
But it's sweet and sometimes bitter!

Our love is not about the money
It is as sweet as honey
It's good for our hearts honey
Our love is forever
Because we are so in love with each other!

Tuesday, January 12, 2016
Topic(s) of this poem: love,romantic
Rose Marie Juan-austin 27 January 2020

A wonderful poem of love. Insightful and lovingly and tenderly penned. Yes, in love we are all equal and partners live and inspire for each other. A well crafted and conveyed write.

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Chinedu Dike 26 January 2020

A compassionate piece of poetry ceremoniously rich in tone. Lovely and very passionate. Thanks for sharing.

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Fabrizio Frosini 27 January 2016

Hi Rosie, if interested, you might join our new editorial project: ''POETRY AGAINST INEQUALITY '' LET ME KNOW ************************* POEMS SUBMISSION: - DEADLINE: February 20,2016 - 1 POEM (in English) of maximum 25 lines; - SUBJECT: 'INEQUALITY' as it is described in the OXFAM Report 2016 (released on Jan.18) abut Oxfam report /Inequality: As Oxfam says, the 'explosion' in the wealth of the super-rich has come at the expense of the majority and particularly the poorest people. A key trend is the falling share of national income going to workers in almost all developed and most developing countries. And the majority of low paid workers around the world are women. Tax havens, used by the rich and multinational companies, are fuelling economic inequality and preventing hundreds of millions of people lifting themselves out of poverty. In such a context, hundreds of millions of people go hungry while resources that could be used to help them are sucked up by those at the top of the wealth-piramid. ...

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Fabrizio Frosini 27 January 2016

... To reverse all above: - workers have to be paid a living wage; - the gap with executive rewards to be narrowed; - end to the gender pay gap; - compensation for unpaid care; - promotion of equal land and inheritance rights for women (in many parts of the world women have no rights!) : - governments have to take action on lobbying; - reducing the price of medicines; - taxing wealth rather than consumption; - using progressive public spending to tackle inequality.

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Abhilasha Bhatt 12 January 2016

Romantic poem....sweet poem....thanx for sharing :)

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Rosie Bourget 12 January 2016

The pleasure is mine! Thanks for reading.

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