I wish there was a way to show
How much I really care.
If hearts could speak, sweetheart, you'd know
The love I long to share.
If eyes could sing, you'd hear my song...
Each lyric loud and true.
Each note a vow I still belong
Exclusively to you.
If arms could spell, they'd spell your name
In big bear hugs galore.
In kisses coated with a flame
To burn forever more.
If lips could write, I'd write my love
Across your cherished brow.
You're all I want...all I dream of.
I've never loved you more than now.
With All My Love,
February 14, 2010
"I am my beloved's and my beloved is mine."
Song of Solomon
~~~Dedicated to my beloved Ish who will always
be my Valentine.~~~~
I Miss You!!! This page is done in blue,
to signify my days without you!
This poem not only was written with love but also received
an Award on poetrypoem's select poetry of the day.This was
a blessing in disguise as much love was shared via it being chosen.
As the web hostess of "countrypoet's" site I felt the intro of this
poem was also a gift and wanted to share it and thank "selectpoetry"
for being God's angels to send love Doris' way on the first valentines day
without her beloved Ish.God's blessings to all for your love and kindness!
***Congrats to My Mama Dori for this recognition
of her loving heart once again :-) Lovingly;Your Liny Girl
"If Hearts Could Speak" by countrypoet
CHOICE OF DAY
Sunday, February 14, 2010
It's Valentine's Day, a special holiday for love and romance!
Selectpoetry has been ‘pleasantly challenged' the past few days reading
many wonderful poems about Valentine's Day. Today's featured poem was
noticed the day it was posted, and it's a delight to be able share it with you today.
So without further adieu:
Selectpoetry's Choice of Day is: “If Hearts Could Speak” by Doris from poetrypoem.com/countrypoet.
While this is a simple poem, the heartfelt message is far deeper than
mere rhyming words. This poem is a touching dedication in love.
Special notice: If you look closely, you'll see a couple
‘loving phrases' inside the picture (just after the poem).