(always For Eachother)

I can see you
you can see me
and what we see
is eachother

I can hear you
you can hear me
and what we hear
is ever so clear
we hear eachother

I can smell you
you can smell me
and what we smell
in a nutshell
is eachother

I can taste you
you can taste me
and what we taste
is oh so tasty
we taste eachother

I can feel you
you can feel me
and what we feel
is ever so real
we feel eachother

I think about you
you think about me
and what we think about
is the great times
we spend together

I love you
you love me
and what we love
and what we hold
is always eachother

by Allen Steble

Comments (1)

oh I sooo agree with you Lynn though I do think a semicolon can be a crucifix for the light-fingered don't you we must talk about that some time. to be inclusive of the reader without pre-writing the contextual. a respect for the unformed. I'll give you the dates of my next workshop. You'll love it. Must dash. Students.