My Ever More
by Tabitha R Carter
Saturday, January 31, 2009
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I am tired and I will seek him.
He's the warmth in my heart,
that cozy den room full of candles.
He's the fragrance that dances upon me at midnight
when the air has silenced.
He's the aftertaste of a cool breezed morning,
waking up and seeing his eyes peer at me.
He's my silk when I'm ragged and worn,
my fuzzy pajamas when I need sleep.
He's my arms when I'm weak,
my strength and embrace.
He's the perspiration of my inspiration...
the delicate thought that flutters through and through.
He's my heart...in my heart....my pumping, marching beat of a heart...
when I race my adrenaline to the limits.
He's my life and my death...
my ever more.
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|Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle
|Beautiful poem,I like how it flows,take care,Great work :-)
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|He's lucky you love him. Love and best wishes,
|Reviewed by Jon Willey
|this,is love -- so passionately painted -- "he's my silk when I'm ragged and worn" -- a line so expressive of love and joy -- much peace and love to you Tabitha -- JMW|
|Reviewed by John Coppolella
|Loving it. You got me believing it. I am jealous of who ever you had in mind when you wrote that. All you women takes notes, this how you appreciate a man, in verse at least!
|Reviewed by M. Teresa Clayton
|You have such a gentle way with words... soft and wispy. I really love reading your creations. I've read quite a few - it's always nice to visit you here.|
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|Tab as always your big heart and the love you have for your man glow with each word, line and verse. This tells of how love is meant to be and how few people have a love like this. Very nicely done
PS On another note as to the bad book review, when I published my first book I had one bad review as well but the way I looked at it was that for him to take the time to read it all the way through and to make the effort to review it must have at least kept him interested. lol