Augustus

Fourteen Years

Fourteen years between tears and the mind

 I linked with mine–

To think that we've met, danced, lived, loved together

and Yet–  it seems, as you say, only 6 months 'til today.

 

And how many fourteens do we have left Lynette?

What will they hold? I'll bet– for more dancing, romancing,

walks and rides, growing old–  whilst I search thine eyes

and See– only the purest of love there for me.

 

For me! By God! For ME! I've seen it,

and early on only flittingly believed it.

 

But tis True Love I know, and with its nurture I'll grow

to believe that there is someone who truly loves me.

"Take My Hand",  "My True Love", and "Walk With Me",

"Let it Be", "Let it Be", YOU and ME in love–

 

Into Sunsets–

Like we just met.

 

 

Augustus / Folsom / December 22, 2008

 

Comments5

  • WriteBeLight

    Once again goosebumps! Lovely...:)

    • Augustus

      Thanks my goose bump friend.

    • Christina8

      great poem! Very romantic!

      • Augustus

        Thanks and sending positive thoughts that you may receive something equally as romantic.

        • Christina8

          Thank you. My husband doesn't write poetry but thanks for your positive thoughts my friend! Maybe something else romantic? I'll let you know! :-)

        • Tony36

          Beautiful write

          • Augustus

            Hugs.

            • Tony36

              Welcome and hugs back to you

            • 🐤s.zaynab.kamoonpuri🌷😸

              Wow a lovely sentimental poem to the wife, I love reading marrieds poem as they are rare compared to fickle lovers poems which are way too many.
              Wonderful combination of freeverse n rhyme in light style. Kudos poet. Great to read from u again .

            • scorchedwings

              Very sweet and heartfelt.
              Puts my 'young years' of 41 into perspective.
              May you and Lynette still dance, even if it is just in each other's eyes. X

              • Augustus

                Thanks for the kind words.



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