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You and I

09.14.17 Posted in today's words by

Michael Copeland’s most recent poem to appear here was “The Feminine” (August 2017)

You and I
By Michael Copeland

If I were you I’d never let me go,
the purity of my heart speaks
loudly of my faith in us.
I will always love you in life,
and in quiet repose, as I pledge
allegiance to your soul.
If I were you I would hold me,
taking my warm hand in yours,
professing your undying love.
We are the story of happiness,
our joy transcends the normal,
rising to euphoric levels.
Our hearts are as one conjoined,
beating the same pentameter
to the love music of life.

One Response to “You and I”

  1. Frank Adams says:

    I enjoyed your poem – strong images, well stated.

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