Kathie My Love, And I

Poem By Robert Edgar Burns

Like the rising of the morning sun
Across the eastern sky,
Is each new day for love to bloom,
Between KATHIE my love, and I.

Her kisses warm and tender, .
My eyes drawn into her gaze.
Just above her where she is lying,
I float off in a rapturous daze.

My arms loosely wrapped around her.
I inhale her dainty scent.
I’m living up in the clouds now,
With my angel who’s Heaven sent.

I hear the breathing within the girl,
Whose warmth floods over me now.
I know I could not love her more,
She has it all so I wouldn’t know how1

When I awake I find it true,
Last night was not a dream.
It has become reality,
In the arms of my beautiful queen.

I grow accustomed to new light.
Night clouds have drifted away.
I find that I DO love her more,
Than even yesterday.

In Kathie I’ve found the sunrise.
In Kathie I find the stars.
In Kathie I found eternal love.
It’s hers, it’s mine, it’s Ours!

With a lover’s moon just above our heads,
And twinkles shooting from her eyes.
I hardly can contain myself
When love calls Kathie my love, and I.

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