My first lilibonelle ever. Thank you Michael for you encouragement and patience.

Far Horizons (co-write with lastromantichero)

I love you beyond those far horizons 
My love is yours when you are not there  
And so to you my freckle face beauty 
This love of mine is my heart laid bare

My love is yours when you are not there
Inside my heart it dwells alone
Enlivened by this rich blood romance
To remain forever  on my heart's throne 

And so to you my freckle faced beauty
I worship you and please implore 
Your heart to love me as you always
Did in silent yet yearned adore 

This love of mine is my heart laid bare
Surrendered completely to you
And there it will forever remain
Eternally living and true



Poetry by Kathy Lockhart The PoetBay support member heart!
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Written on 2007-02-26 at 06:35

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Karen Canning
a very beautiful co write, such romantic words woven with great poetry


And a great job you have done of it Kathy and what better Poet to have at your side then Micheal.

Indeed does love reach beyond even the farthest horizons! Definitely, a well done lillibonelle :)

Phyllis J. Rhodes
What a treat! This is such a sweet exchange, so open and full of youthful, newfelt love. I would expect two 20 year olds would be writing this with its freshness and sweetness. delightful!

This is a very sucessful collabo i like it. love poems...............

A sweet and gentle song sung by the
poems two lovers who in my mind have a
total trust in one and other... knowing
for sure they are loved .... that is a
part of love that is marvelous ... the
knowledge that someone loves you back

a well blended co-write
best wishes

lastromantichero The PoetBay support member heart!
This is a beautiful lillibonelle and the priviledge of writing with you is a treasure i will cherish

thank you for you kindness and gentle friendship

but may be i could steal a kiss
if you pucker up x there you are rgds Michael


The Misty Yearnings of Our Souls
by Kathy Lockhart