Peter S. Quinn

You And I (Ii) - Poem by Peter S. Quinn

You and I
Too far away,
Like the sky
Or night and day;
An infinite line
A moment breeze,
Earth's design
Each gaieties.

You and I
Together though,
To make a tie
As feelings grow;
The falling leaf
With touch of old,
Inner believe
With outside hold.

You and I
Both born to drift,
Like clouds that fly
With air uplift;
Freshness eager
In each meeting,
Precious keeper
Of new inspiring.

Comments about You And I (Ii) by Peter S. Quinn

  • (6/15/2007 11:54:00 PM)

    Whoever your significant other is, the person is blessed with poem after poem of love from you...I came in here because the title brought to mind an old Stevie Wonder Song, same title 'You and I' that I've always loved....If I thought I could write myself, I think may have been way off track. This stuff is too good for me to describe.I don't have the words...May the two in your 'You and I 'always fly above the skies above with your words as the glue! ~~~ marci. :) (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 14, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, March 11, 2011

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