Thinking It Through
by Larry M. Lounsbury
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
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Just be still and simmer in love's juices (Lounsbury)
What did I do after I talked with you,
I went on that porch to think it through;
I thought how much I miss you.
How much I love being with you,
How in that whole vastness of outer space I met you;
Then I thought of you sleeping at 5:30 in Campbeltown.
How much I miss your smile after I brought Chinese home to Fernbreck,
When its all said in done you are the one thing I will never forget;
I could make the national papers with the greatest novel: but it would pale in comparison
I cherish the moments I have with you,
I wish we could sleep together again like before;
Holding each other. like there was nothing more
That’s what I want for my anniversary,
When you come home I want to sleep in bed with you as my cursory;
Dream the caress of your skin against mine.
Like those many times I adore,
Furthermore I remember when you sang “stand by your man:.
You did: and it makes all the difference in the world!
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|Reviewed by Georg Mateos
|Oh! Tammy Wynette has given many a woman that advice, and is up to any woman's man to recognize that she did.
Bittersweet, let her read the poem, it's better than any bunch of flowers!
|Reviewed by LadyJtalks LadyJzTalkZone (Reader)
|gReat words from you, glad I stopped to read this one. Lady J|