I love you,
YOU here reading my words.
We are connected by the same
air, moon, sun, nights and days.
I love that you are tall, short,
every color and nationality.
I love your smile,
thoughts and dreams.
I love your inventions,
and input in our world.
I love deeper because I know you
are there, here, in my space
of prayer and meditation
expanding our divinity
with this moment.
I love our degrees of separation,
the gaps in between not knowing,
and the possibility of meeting someday.
I love that the lessons are always love
and that love is in every lesson.
I love more naturally,
with vulnerability and depth
because you are somewhere
allowing me to be a part of you.
And even if our paths might never cross
I love you for taking a piece of me
in this single thought,
making a new story,
and allowing my presence
to linger in my words.
14 thoughts on “Our Love”
I love this post and the writer behind it. I also love how everyone is unique, yet equal and when we stand in front of God, we’re all the same height, no matter how much money or temporal power we have. 🙂
Oh David, thank you and I love you. Your comment has made me beam with joy. You are so right. Have a blessed evening my friend.
I smiled the whole way through this. Love this very much.
And I smile knowing that you are there to love!
How absolutely lovely… how heart-warming and REAL, somehow. It draws me to you… 🙂
It is because we are all together in this journey. My love and light to you!!!!
Then I’ll just punt it back your way! Double the blessing! 🙂
beautiful and touching… like a spell… xo
Much love to you. Thank you.
I love this! It’s as though a lovely breeze has swept through my mind, and through my house! Sorry I didn’t see it yesterday, but was busy away from the computer (for a change! 🙂 ).
This quote came to me when I read some of your poem like this one:
“Perhaps all our loves are merely hints and symbols; vagabond-language scrawled on gate-posts and paving-stones along the weary road that others have tramped before us; perhaps you and I are types and this sadness which sometimes falls between us springs from disappointment in our search, each straining through and beyond the other, snatching a glimpse now and then of the shadow which turns the corner always a pace or two ahead of us.”
― Evelyn Waugh, Brideshead Revisited
Its a bit sad, but every time I read I feel the urge to breakthrough and in this emotion there is hope, a lot of hope. 😉
Beautiful. There is ALWAYS hope. That quote is elegant. Thank you.