I Hope You Don't Mind

Poem By Amy Marie

I need to close my eyes
And envision us.

See us smiling
Walking together

With leaves and attraction
Around us falling.

I used to do such things alone.
Dream alone.

Then I found you
And your loneliness

Sweetly calling
Out for my help.

Then I decided
I don't want to need to close my

Eyes to see us.
I need to see us

Even when my hazel eyes
Are open and bright.

Comments about I Hope You Don't Mind

Nice poem that shows your imagination and expression in such lovely way. thanks to share it.

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