I'll Ask Then
Author: Clive B Ringshall
As we spoke for hours it seemed,
Later you'd come over for tea,
I watched the clock it never moved,
Then the time was here you'd appear,
A knock at the door,
Is this real, on the phone I knew just what to say?
I stumbled hello please come in,
Your smile brighter than I imagined,
At ease I became so very soon,
We talked for hours and maybe more,
Late it had become we did not notice,
I remember we ordered Chinese and watched a movie,
In no time we'd become the best of friends,
That was the first sunrise we saw together hand in hand,
Many have passed since that day,
Yet the wonder of the first is still with us,
Over time closer we became,
Over time a choice was made,
If I ask you a question now,
Would it seem to quick?
I'll wait a little and ask maybe then.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Meridian (220.127.116.11) -- Tuesday, March 30 2004, 07:34 pm|
Hey Clive! Waiting for the right time to make a proposal, how cute!! I love your flow, your stanzas, every piece of your poem is fabulous!!
Nice job, Clive!
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