simply love

You Are

You are the rain in the desert

You are the sun on cloudy days

You are the colors in the rainbow

You are the willow's sway

You are the softness of satin

You are the strength of the sea

You are the dewdrops that kiss morning

You are the heart of me

kathy lockhart




Poetry by Kathy Lockhart The PoetBay support member heart!
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Written on 2007-04-19 at 08:23

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Amanda K
That's so sweet.You did express what love means to you.

Rob Graber
A very neat love poem this, with every line beginning with "You are" and with nicely resonating endings!

you are, love in the light and in the dark!!

and you ..
you are so beautiful and skilled

*proud daughter

nice poem, and amazingly described about "You".

Elle The PoetBay support member heart!
A gorgeous declaration of love

Elle x

you are a poet a beautiful poet,.which is really hard to find,,for the words you write are just like pictures,that caress the readers mind....beautifully done Kathy..huggs Eddy

:) Awwwww. So intensely romantic, so completely you.

"Gentle serenity", the hero says, and I can't but agree!

lastromantichero The PoetBay support member heart!

This beautiful poem goes to the heart of romantics like me its style is the essence of what romantic poetry is about the gentle flow emulate the rythm of two lovers walking hand in hand.The very words 'you are ' to me are a heart felt declaration of love in itself.

Yet in its whole it reverberates with your gentle serenity and in its final words 'you are the heart of me'

goes to the heart of any one who reads

but especially old romantic me
with a smile and a twinkle in my eye I sigh

for a love like this

here is kissing you beautiful lady whilst his back is turned

ylkxxxxx Michael

dear Kathy, this is such a wonderful declaration of love!...not even stones could resist to such a powerful feeling...beautiful!
Lilly xxx


Messages of Love
by Kathy Lockhart