questions and statements of love


Sincerely Yours

I love you more than I can say.
I love you more than yesterday.
I'll love you beyond the bonds of time.
I love you.
Will you still be mine?
My heart is aching for your sweet, yes.
Tell me now; don't make me guess.
Will you love me in our days of age?
Will you write for me a lover's page?
When my hair is streaked with white,
Will you be here to say goodnight?
And when darkness knocks upon my door
Will you love me, then, forever more?
For I am lost inside my thoughts,
Considering now what love has brought
A life worth living in harmony,
A love worth giving
Eternally.

Kathy Lockhart
4/2/07





Poetry by Kathy Lockhart
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Written on 2007-04-03 at 04:02

Tags Life  Eternity  Love 

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Judy T Lloyd
I agree this is lovely and well I feel that way about my husband.
2007-04-08


Phyllis J. Rhodes
Dear Sister, this is such a sweet, tender, sincere heart sharing you have written in such a beautifully flowing way that it pulls the reader along like a gently flowing river. This is something I would love to see on a plaque, or framed so it would be around to remind people for years after they have left this earth, that two lovers loved erternally. It reminds me of Mom and Dad.
2007-04-03


Rob Graber
And will ya still need me
Will ya still feed me
When I'm sixty-four?

Nice write on ageless them of love and aging!
2007-04-03


Hagzissa
Oh my... this was so sweet!!!! Very much absolutely adores this one!!!!!
Bookmarked without a doubt and an instant favorit !!!!!!!
2007-04-03


lastromantichero The PoetBay support member heart!
This is a beautiful poem and who couldnt fail to love you with works like this about them
and the beauty that is in your eyes hugs and rgds michael ylk xxxxxx
2007-04-03


Individuality
sweet love, to last a lifetime, it seems this day and age people are in and out of love like the weather changes, a lifetimes is but a moment. a good poem, nicely romantic.

Tell my now; don't make me guess. my? perhaps you mean tell me now here?
2007-04-03