The Shores Of Think Of You (poem)

I walk along the shores of think of you

Where memories add sparkle to the dew

And winds still whisper songs which we once knew

As dreams here wonder how we saw them through


I walk along the shores of where’d they go

Those gentle times that heartbeats came to know

And we would be the luster of moon’s glow

As flowers watched to see our passions grow


Those times when all I thought about was you

When passing glances told me all I know

And when you smiled I melted in its glow

As for tomorrow dreams would see us through


Those wand’ring waves of doubt may come and go

As spring is cast upon a winter’s dew

And loving you brought all the hope I knew

As on this hope my dream with you will grow


At last the world of promise is now through

A song now calls me from this all I knew

And lips reveal to me the sweetest dew

I walk along the shores of think of you

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ImKarn23 2 years ago

Sigh...sadly, we all walk those same shores...

So nice to read you again my friendxx

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Perspycacious 2 years ago from Today's America and The World Beyond

Agreeing with ImKarn23 and adding my congratulations for this wonderful piece of poetry. Scored.

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MarleneB 2 years ago from Northern California, USA

The music goes quite well with this beautiful poem. I really enjoyed the combination of the two together.

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Gypsy Rose Lee 2 years ago from Riga, Latvia

Voted up and awesome. Brilliant just brilliant the shores of think of you. Loved this. Pearled and passed on.

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peachpurple 2 years ago from Home Sweet Home

yeah, walking along the shore make me think of someone special too. Long time no see pal

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Prof Liway 24 months ago from Bulacan, Philippines

I am enjoying reading your poem cause every word plays in my mind and making me long for someone whom I loved...

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