From this Moment

From this Moment

From the moment I saw you I loved you and my heart flew. We have had our ups and downs and I thank god the downs have been few. Recently we have lived through one of the worst downs in our life together. I felt for the brief moments my life felt cold as arctics winters weather. I could spend my days cursing the downs we have had, But without them both, how would we know the good from bad? I have always said you are the mate of my soul, And you have my heart in parts and in whole. From the ashes of what was driving us apart, comes the love I have for you that totally fills my heart. Poem Style – Quatrain / Poem Catagory – Love Written by Lady Kathleen

Time

Time

Remember in the sands of time, Our life ripples though as one grain. We may feel our time is most prime, But its only a bubble in champagne. As we live through the years, Things appear to go ever so slow. Our view of a year, it sometimes appears, Like we are wading through dough. But if you take that year and compare It to a lifetime of an old man. Then that year will suddenly appear As if the year was over before it began. Now if you take the life span of some And look at it again with all of mankind. Then that life span now has become Very short and totally redefined. So as your going through your life song And your battle is a up hill climb Remember a lifetime to us, can seem quiet long, But in fact it*s only a speck in the history of time. Poem Style –...

Titanic

Titanic

Nineteen-Twelve is the yesteryear, Upon a grand ship filled with cheer. The upper class passengers had the finest of fine, In rooms so adorned you might think them a shrine. As they wander the grand ship from stem to stern, No one knew there would be cause for concern. How did they know this grand ship’s hull would be sliced, Like a knife through soft butter, a big chunk of ice. It was a night the world remembers and never to forget, There were not enough lifeboats, which was cause for regret. The Captain did shout, ‘Women and children first’, Before the grand ship was submersed. “Be British, my men.” was the last orders to that brave crew, Bringing order out of chaos like he was saying adieu. The Captain’s final act was that...

Love from the Ashes

Love from the Ashes

If you can feel what is my heart right now, You would know why I make this new vow. Our love almost ended on that one fateful night, When when I tried to end it all, which gave you a fright. You saved my life with your love that was so strong, You heard my cry for help, even in your sleep song. You showed what I thought we had lost, the true love we shared, Which was lost for a time, but found it had flared. The true love we have is not only physical and showing, But a love that continues its swelling and growing. Mere words can never express, this greater love I vow on my life, So much more than the vow, that made me your wife. The word love can never come close to express, What I feel for you and must now profess. In the heart of all hearts and the soul of all...

Responce to your Poem

Responce to your Poem

You wrote me a poem, Your first in your life. You will never know, What this means to your wife. After nine years, I thought I knew you well. But this proves once again, You make my heart swell. When I tell you, Your a romantic man. You say NO WAY, As hold up your hand. I know you think, Your poem is not right. But in my eyes, It was a shear delight. I love you more Each day and everyday. I am the luckiest lady, Is what I got to say. So there is NO WAY, You can convince me anymore. That your not the one, That’s romantic to the core. Poem Style – Quatrain / Poem Catagory – Love Written by Lady...

A Time to Remember

A Time to Remember

I am sitting at grandmas as I do recalled, Watching a movie, “A Time to Remember” so it was called. Grandma says, “Looks like a great picture show”. I rabble on to her, about it fascinated me so My Grandma leans over, as if to conspire “If you think that’s neat, I have something you might admire” I slowly follow her down thought that creepy old basement decor, Where she opens an old trunk, full of albums, photos and more. “Let’s see, and hmm where is it?” she does seem to muse, She made me almost feel like a spy, looking for clues, Gentle hands shake as she pulls an old velvet album from that old chest, She flips the pages mumbling about family and how they were dressed. When she suddenly stops and...