Tell Me Please - Poem

Tell Me Please

How do I dance across puffy

clouds beneath a beaming moon?

How do I make the sky sparkle

with flakes of snow in the mid of June?

How do I walk across the surface of a shiny sea?

How do I catch the gentle whisper of a passing breeze?

How do I title the harmonious song a blue-jay sings?

How do I caress the beauty found in a butterfly's wings?

I know how impossible these must surely seem to be,

But there's only one "How do I" that ever troubles me.

For all these things I know I could easily do,

But tell me please, How do I explain

just how much,

I love you?

-© Robert Hutchinson

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R.S. Hutchinson 5 years ago from USA Author

Thank you Judy!

Judy 5 years ago

I LOVE THIS! You are very talented!

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R.S. Hutchinson 5 years ago from USA Author

Thank You Very Much

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miss_jkim 5 years ago

This is simple, honest, and beautiful poetry; a rare gem these days.

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