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    Can I Walk You Home?

    Like a proposition when first heard
    Springtime shy yet butterflies stirred
    That walk, then race, a faster pace
    Breathlessness; in a different place
    No hurry now; taking time
    Enjoy the sun, pace align
    More careful steps; aim to please
    Avoid a slip on rain-soaked leaves
    Navigating that last decline
    Walk me home; say you’re mine


  • #2
    This is beautiful Mooneyblack! Great rhythm and imagery.

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    • mooneyblack
      mooneyblack commented
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      Thank you, AtL. I'm getting soppy methinks!

  • #3
    “Springtime shy yet butterflies stirred” infatuating poem Mooneyblack.

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    • mooneyblack
      mooneyblack commented
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      Thank you, Bobby, that line took me back a while!

  • #4
    Very romantic.

    Eloquent.

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    • mooneyblack
      mooneyblack commented
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      Thank you, Dwayne; glad you enjoyed it.

  • #5
    Fabulous and Lovely! Elegant and Everything DWAYNE said! Simple but Profound.

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    • mooneyblack
      mooneyblack commented
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      Thank you so much, Tanner I really appreciate your feedback.

  • #6
    Oh my goodness...yes! Lifelong romance in such endearing rhyme - this is wonderfully creative!

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    • mooneyblack
      mooneyblack commented
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      Thank you, Paula, what lovely feedback, much appreciated.

  • #7
    Embodiment
    of dear thoughts meant
    contentment.
    I see it still.

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    • mooneyblack
      mooneyblack commented
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      Thank you, Johntee you clever observer! Oh and 'thanks for last night' if that doesn't sound too naughty!!

    • RhymeLovingWriter
      RhymeLovingWriter commented
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      Well, now you're going to have to elaborate - for the rest of us, you know?

    • mooneyblack
      mooneyblack commented
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      Paula lol - we all met at my little booklet launch last night and our Johntee read a response poem. then penned 'A Fine Romance' - chuffed to bits.
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