This is How We Share

by William Mae   Sep 17, 2015

This is How We Share

If we had one night alone,
Beneath the moonlights hue,
At its end you'd have no doubt,
You'd know that I love you.

We're denied the evening walks,
Or spending time alone,
But souls connect without embrace,
When love sits on its throne.

To look into each others eyes,
Without one word to speak,
We would know each other's thoughts,
Our hearts have just one beat.

I loved you more than a thousand times,
In daydreams wishes live,
In ecstasy we shared our love,
Giving all we had to give.

You feel me in each poem I write,
You search each line that's wrote,
Others may not see it's depth,
But you do this I know.

In poetry I don't hide the truth,
Poetic freedom breeds our truth,
And I can end the poems with facts,
By saying I love you.


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  • 1 year ago

    by Meena Krish

    Came back to re-read this ...hoping to see a new poem from you!

  • 5 years ago

    by Meena Krish

    I just had to come back to read this again...then again have been reading it a lot...its just so heartfelt...hope you are penning some more beautiful poems!

  • 5 years ago

    by alka mendiratta

    Agree with all above,the essence of this beautiful piece is :

    'I love you"

  • 5 years ago

    by Meena Krish

    I've read this a countless time yet am unable to comment upon it...still am; I guess some poems are meant not to comment upon because the deeper meaning of it will lose itself in translation :)

    There is so much yearning, so much more within these lines then what is just penned; And two hearts don't have to be close to know each others feeling-the thoughts are always there...unwavering.

    The ending lines:

    And I can end the poems with facts,
    By saying I love you.

    ^^That is reality its those three words which is rarely spoken gives more weight when spoken/written. A lovely, lovely write :)

  • 5 years ago

    by Ben Pickard

    As Cindy says, this is a lovely, neat piece with a great rhyming flow and lovely sentiment. Well done.

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