You kiss me good morning each day
Before you go to work
My forehead thanks you
An hour later I hear the familiar tone as
My phone conveys the message that you love me
I could set my watch by it
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Here I sit
At my desk
To another poem.
Continue reading “Elusive Warmth”
Please let me stay here
Don’t make me go
HE is out there
They say I married him
Where is the man I used to know?
When will he return to me?
Continue reading “Fickle Sanctuary”
Let me let you love me
take my breath away
Continue reading “Let Me Let You”
When I was sick and in such pain,
You hurt me over and again.
You had to have your daily thrill,
Came into me against my will.
There were so many other ways
We could have spent those dreadful days.
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Life down here is such a drag
Without having you to nag;
I wish you’d come back down below
So I could once more say “Hello.”
Continue reading “To My Deceased Husband”
When first we met,
My sight was set:
I knew where I was bound.
You said your aim
Was quite the same,
And pretty soon I found
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Sometimes I cannot remember
What I said to you yesterday,
Or even a minute ago.
But the things I promised you
Continue reading “For Better or for Worse”
You kiss me in the morning and some at night as well,
But the kisses that you give to me do no love story tell.
For hardly do they graze me, my lips they barely touch.
Could you try a little harder? Or do I ask too much?
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