Poetryseeds

PoetryPoem.com
  meversestheworld
Login
Email Poem | Today's Poetry

 SNUG   AS   A   BUG

Walking on a shadowy, frosty evening
Coats wrapped snug
Your arm around my shoulders
Warm as the proverbial bug

The moon casts her light across your face
Your eyes are the blue of a deep lagoon
Treading briskly beside you
Hoping to reach home soon

Temperatures are steadily dipping
It's past freezing and my ears are turning numb
We stop beneath a solitary lamp-post
A hip-flask full of sailor's rum

I look to you to tell you
Just how much you mean to me
But my words roll out on a whisper of cold air
And disappear on an icy sea











  Poetry Ad-Free Upgrades  

Vote for this poem




jackspoems My Book Desperado's Gold - Jackie R. Kays (Author), Teel James Glenn Buck Horton's brother was an outlaw. The only thing  
amazoncomDesperado
dreamweaver POETRY BY KRIS ~ DREAMWEAVER - ~WELCOME TO DREAMLAND~ Read my Poems to Know me. I am in my poems.  
dreamweaver
poetic2050 Poetry by poetic2050 - Feedback and critique requested.  
poetic2050
poet5170 Poetry by Elsie - *WELCOME TO MY WORLD* ~ Read my poems full of fact, fiction and fantasy.  
poet5170
godspoetwriter Poetry by godspoetwriter - Feedback and critique requested.  
godspoetwriter
poet5576 CHROME YELLOW - Feedback and critique requested.  
poet5576
Poetry by Brian - Wonderful Poems For Wonderful People Truly A Poem For Everyone. Uplifting, and Truthful.  
brianspose
meversestheworld

  Sign Guestbook
  Read Guestbook






 Privacy Statement | Terms of Use | © 2000-2020 +++ Individual Authors of the Poetry. All rights reserved by authors