Accidental Poet

The Promise



The Promise

 

In the deepest part of me

Is the deepest part of you

For you’re my inspiration

My passion so true

 

When I’m at my very best

You’re there in every line

The music from my heart

You’re the maestro so fine

 

I remember you

Back in the day

When we were both so young

And you stole my heart that way

 

Upon the road of love

I followed the signs

You bring out in me my best

A passion of lyric and rhyme

 

For a man to write

Poems of love

To put everything else aside

To expose himself there of

 

Love to this degree

Will pass the test of time

And you’re the soul reason

It lives in the heart of mine

 

I don’t know where you are now

But you’ve always been in my life

No one could hold a candle next to you

My heart’s one and only wife

 

To you Sharon and myself

I made a promise easy to keep

I told you I’d always love you

This pact of love I speak

 

Copyright © Accidental Poet 2017

 

Comments6

  • ron parrish aka wordman

    sweet words of love and promises

    • Accidental Poet

      Thanks Ron. I appreciate your reading and comment.

    • Goldfinch60

      Super lovelorn write AP.

      • Accidental Poet

        Thanks Andy. I don't mean to be repetitious in writing of Sharon, but I will admit it is my strongest vice.

        • Goldfinch60

          There is nothing repetitive on writing about the one you love, it just shows how much you love her and you just cannot get her off your mind - it is wonderful.

        • 1 more comment

        • orchidee

          A fine write AP.

        • Lorna

          Isn't it lovely that you still think of her as time goes by...........

          • Accidental Poet

            Thanks Lorna. She's always there, the reason for my smiles.

          • FineB

            Thank you Accidental Poet.

            An enchanting beautiful poem.

            Keep writing
            FineB

            • Accidental Poet

              Thank you FineB. I'm delighted that you enjoyed reading it.

            • MARY Swillum

              I love this poem and felt this love that you feel for your wife. This is the love i hope tho feel someday. Beautifully expressed,

              • Accidental Poet

                Thanks Mary. Although I wish I could say she's my wife, I've not seen her since we were both 14 years old. She had to move away in 1971 from Massachusetts to LA, California.



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