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Anticipation
by Lily of Lough Neagh a.k.a C. Dennis-Woosley
Friday, April 20, 2012
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Two lovers finally meet after a long anticipated time with many road blocks


 Anticipation

 

Long awaited moments,

exchanges of loves words

Time withheld me from him,

my heart it did so yearn

 

Anticipation grasped my heart,

pacing were my feet

Why oh do you taunt,

Time unforgiving me

 

My anxious heart not sleep,

then phone call came to meet

excitement filled within me,

Time taunting me complete

 

Visions I had gathered,

Of days we spoke of love

Anticipation gathered,

To meet the one I loved

 

A mix of all emotions,

Unbridled and so sweet

Will he think me fair,

Or disappointment meet?

 

I moved unto the grass,

Coolness beneath my feet

Stood in anticipation,

For the one to greet

 

He told me what to look for,

I peered down that long road

A glimmer perhaps him,

nothing sigh… why so slow

 

The sun it shone so brightly,

The breeze it moved my hair

Heart raced of anticipation,

Please let him soon be here

 

I brushed my clothes and primmed

I wonder what he’ll see

A silly simple school girl,

Someone he hopes to keep?

 

Alas he has arriven,

Slowly coursing on towards me

As though time had stood still

Both smiling happily

 

Our eyes locked in their wonder,

A tender slow embrace

Warm lips meet one another,

Bonded sweet of lovely taste

 

Oh gentle man my loving soul,

Where have you always been?

Lock your arms around me

This love is not a sin

 

Carolee Dennis-Woosley

November 23, 2009

 

 



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Reviewed by Gail D (Reader)
This is a wonderful feeling, something I always hoped to have and experience for myself

Gail
Reviewed by Edith Wilde (Reader)
I remember when my husband was courting me, it was so exciting. Those memories are with me forever. They were worth the wait each time Lily.

Edith
Reviewed by Diana Wiles
Lovely words that create such longing and atmosphere of yearning and anticipation...
Will read this many times...
Diana..
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
"This love is not a sin."

No. Such love is a blessing, one that I wish everyone could experience. Thank you for sharing, Angel. Love and best wishes,

Regis
Reviewed by John Bidwell
Reminds me of my poem "Fate."
Oh the anticipation...
Powerful stuff.
John
Reviewed by Linda Hill
Angel,
Beautiful verses as you await your love, and the joy of his coming. You held me spellbound till the end.

Blessings,
+Linda
Reviewed by Budd Nelson
Angel,
sometimes the wait is worth it and you have so elloquently stated that here.
Budd
Reviewed by Diana Legun (Reader)
Your arrangement of words felt strangely splendid, hypnotic even. "pacing were my feet," "The breeze it moved my hair" "I moved unto the grass," I find honesty and innocence in these lines. Your last stanza is something so graceful, I'd like to memorize it. Thank you. ~~ Diana
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