Category Archives: About Love

Poem: To Turn and Look at You

When I think about the way that it’s turned out disappointments, failings, and missteps review, If the worth of it I should begin to doubt I’d need only but to turn and look at you I still stand by everything … Continue reading

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Poem: A Thousand Different Lights

To see you in a thousand different lights, And watch the shadows play upon your face. To revel in the myriad delights, That sun and stars would delicately trace. To sense your every mood and temperant, Observe you comprehend and … Continue reading

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Poem: Remembering Copake at Iguaçu

When I was young I saw a waterfall A single stream into a crystal pool For twenty feet or more There in the water childlike lovers play The scent of pine is heavy in the air Its pungent sweetness carried … Continue reading

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Poem: I Want to be Good to the Ladies

I want to be good to the ladies, For the ladies have been good to me. The gifts that they gave me were precious, And most of the time they were free. When I was a lad and much bolder, … Continue reading

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Villanelle: To Say it Using Just a Villanelle

It was a story much too long to tell. So carefully, he chose the words to say. To say it using just a villanelle. He’d met her, but he didn’t know her well. A married woman, she was known to … Continue reading

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Song: A Song for Jamy

Jamy, when I first met you, I knew that you were special. The passions of the flesh will pass away, But not my love for you, it’s here to stay. Jamy, I can’t forget you, You’ve got me in your … Continue reading

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Poem: Patter upon an Umbrella

Whilst I strolled one summer Sunday, came a tree within my reach. Overarched like an umbrella, I there picked myself a peach. From the path a gentle lady did observe my moral breach. I approached her hoping she would not … Continue reading

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Sonnet: My Love For You

My love for you is like the wildwood rose. That flourishes secluded in the fields. In seasons lush or deprivate it grows. Each passing year a greater harvest yields. My love for you is like the brook that flows. The … Continue reading

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Poem: If I Could but Decide

If I could but decide for both of us, How simple life would be, how free from care. Knowing that in me you’d placed your trust. I’d carefully resolve, strive to be fair Life’s not like that though I guess … Continue reading

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Sonnet: I Have Sought Thee

I have sought thee for so long, every day and every hour, every poem and every song, wrought to bring our love to flower. Is there naught for me to say, what persuasion, what endearment, could I now at your … Continue reading

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Poem: Remembering you is easy

When I awoke I visualized your face, your smile so vibrant, and your eyes so bright, the way you looked when held in my embrace, in tender dreams I had of you last night. I often think of you throughout … Continue reading

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