How Do I Love Thee?

Poem By Agata Konopka

What sheer delight is this?
Knowing that I love thee, feeling that you love me
Pain has come to an end as I look in the eyes that see only me
Stars and light cease as I see thee tonight
In your arms, the heavens should be envious
For us the world will crumble
Secrets only the wind will know
Upon this touch
This kiss this passion
How do I love thee?

This is a work in progress but I think that even these lines alone capture at least in part what I am trying to communicate

Comments about How Do I Love Thee?

How do I love thee? Let me count the ways...
well yea its needs a lil work but omg(oh my god) this is great no matter how many words o poem is a poem personily i luv htis poem it is so good Wright Back to me plz Much LUv ~*~Heather~*~

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