kevin browne

Now That I Love Her.

Close your eyes open your heart
You may find a brand new start
Come a little closer don't be so cold
Come a little closer as we grow into old
Take a chance do what you can
Dig a little deeper look like you have
We'll see what the world can offer
To see if we can still be lovers
Was over there babe when I 1st saw your face
Was the Lord babe who gave us our place
We sat down together to love each other
Kissing a world away in another
We found our love in orchestra halls
We found our love wasn't too small
Blown away into a dreamland of reflections
Where love is deadly infectious
Whirlwinds of blossom begin to shower
May I pick you a rose dear, dear old love flower
May I kiss you once more if I take the blame
Of falling in love again
A love that's mine I give to you
Don't lose it whatever you do
We'll stargaze and we'll imagine
To get more of our love action
We'll decide if we choose
We'll either win or we'll lose
It's all been a blur
Now that I love her.


  • FineB

    Wow Kevin.

    What a beautiful poem, so lovely and romantic.

    You certainly know how to capture a woman's heart with your prose.

    Well written.

    Merry Xmas.
    Keep writing

    • kevin browne

      As indeed you appear, I too am also a lover of romantic poems. thank you for your comment, FineB, I will try and come up with a few more for you. take good care over the festive and may it be a happy one at that, happy Christmas.

    • Accidental Poet

      Great write Kev. Another fav.

      • kevin browne

        topman, AP. Merry Xmas,

      • FredPeyer

        Well expressed, Kevin, and yes, you may pick a rose for her and you may kiss her once more!!! You've got my blessing!
        Happy Holidays to both of you! 🙂

        • kevin browne

          Thanks, Fred, same to you. Happy Christmas.

        • Laura🌻

          I wholeheartedly agree with Fred...
          pick that rose and kiss her once more!! Beautiful write for an enjoyable read! Wish you all the love and happiness!

          ~Laura ~

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