Your Picture


  • Love
    • Robin
    • Even if you are on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there.

    Your Picture

    Your pictures worth a thousand words
    Though none could quit compare
    With the love and beauty that I see
    A love that is so rare
    When I’m feeling all alone
    I take your picture gently
    Hold it close to my heart
    Thinking of you intently
    It lifts my heart and soothes my mind
    Holding you in my rest
    As I lightly kiss your image
    In my heart I’m blessed
    Your picture comforts me in my night
    And gives me hope in my day
    It ensures me of your love
    No matter how far away
    I cherish you and all your pictures
    The greatest of all my treasure
    In them I can see your heart
    Knowing you love without measure

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    organicchick commented on Your Picture


    Hmmm.........A picture is worth a thousand words. Maybe a poem is also worth a thousand pictures! Really nice poem, a joy to read.

    To have great poets there must be great audiences too.

    Walt Whitman, American Poet (1819-1892)

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    Will You Marry Me 7
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    Remember when I am Dead 1
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    I will always Love You 1
    Don't go in the Cellar 1
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    Red Mans Heart Bleeds Red 1
    You are my Angel 0
    Angel's Eye's 0
    Wings of Love 0
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    Listen To My Heart 1
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    I'm Just Love Sick 2
    "You Are" 3
    My Secret Place 5
    The Little Arguments 0
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