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Little thoughts of you, a dime store poem

Updated on December 25, 2012
Head of a woman, before 1686. Unknown artist. Dulwich Picture gallery
Head of a woman, before 1686. Unknown artist. Dulwich Picture gallery | Source

Little words of love

Dancing on white paper,

Waiting for me to organize

Them in a proper sequence,

So they all can express

The very essence of

My true feelings for you


Little thoughts in my head

While looking at these words

Dancing in front of me

Deeper thoughts about you :

The power of your beauty,

The sweetness of your love,

And how much I miss you.


Little pictures in my dreams

Of your tantalizing smile

And your disrobed body.

Little tingling in my hands,

Longing to fondle you

Little smile on my face

As thoughts of you fill my head


Little hope in my heart

As time slowly goes by.

'Cause no matter how long

I have waited so far,

Every beat of the clock

Brings me closer to the time

When I'll finally meet you...


Copyright 2012 by Austinhealy, his heirs and assigns

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      Jim Higgins 4 years ago from Eugene, Oregon

      A great title for this little poem of longing.

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