Michele C. Messina Long
You And Me - Poem by Michele C. Messina Long
As you freely come and go,
Each time seems all too short.
Not knowing if it’s forever,
I hold you quietly in my heart.
I go about my life expressing many thanks,
For it being full and complete.
You walk back in the room
I sense your presence,
And turn to see your smile.
As I smile in turn to you,
All the effervescence of my being
That lay dormant, waiting to be aroused,
Burst into bubbles of intoxicating love.
And, in this moment
I am truly full and complete.
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