My Darling

I look into your eyes- bright blue
Your brilliant smile shinning.
My heart swells
Where my love dwells
As i dream of you.

The skies so clear,
As I hold near,
That which is dear tome.
Alas, my love,
My only one- my all
I'll think of you.

The day is long,
the hours hard,
the fun now gone.
But i sit and wait,
for the time, when
next I'll see you.

To hold you close,
and kiss your lips,
and wisper those three words-
I love you.
My dearest darling- I love you.

by Krystle Newberry

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Comments (3)

Great writing and it is wonderful.
in the last stanzas it's obvious. William is saying that the waterfowl, the duck, goose or whatever might make it somewhere to sleep and not be shot by a hunter, and that he himself might also be safe if that same God protects him... He who, from zone to zone, Guides through the boundless sky thy certain flight, In the long way that I must tread alone, Will lead my steps aright. great poem, profound philosophy set to rhyme.
It was really great!