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Falling Into You Oct 2016 #PoetryCollaboration

Every month (for a year now), some fellow bloggers and I have been writing poetry every month, based on a chosen theme. This month, we chose "Fall" as our theme! I hope you enjoy what I have created to share with y'all!! Do not forget to go check out the poetry my fellow bloggers created for you!!



Poem 1:

Falling leaves.
A
pple picking.
L
eaves changing color.
L
aughing around the bonfire.


Poem 2:

I miss lazy nights, laying in bed, with you.
I miss staring into the sunset with you.
I miss walking through the orchard, enjoying the Fall leaves, with you.
I miss lazy mornings, reading the paper over coffee and bagels, with you.
I miss simply being with you.
I miss the days we spent falling in love.
I miss planning our future together.
I miss you reading your poetry to me.
I miss reading my rough drafts to you.
I miss so much.
Do you?


Poem 3:

I love the way your voice caresses my eardrums.
I love the way your fingers caress my palms.
I love the way your tongue dances with mine.
I cannot stop falling into you.
I love the way you care for me.
I love the way you keep me safe.
I love the way you make me laugh.
I cannot stop falling into you.
I love the different colors of brown in your eyes.
I love the dimple in your left cheek.
I love the curves of your lips.
I cannot stop falling into you.
I love the way your eyes sparkle when you laugh.
I love the way your hips sway when we dance.
I love the way your beard feels against my cheek, when we cuddle.
I cannot stop falling into you.
I love the way you love me unconditionally.
I love the way you keep my secrets.
I love the way you promise to always catch me, as I keep falling into you.


Well, I hope you enjoyed them! I hope you all have a fabulous week! Do not forget to go check out all the other poems!


Here are the links to the other "Fall" poems:

Karen of Baking In A Tornado
Diane of On the Border
Dawn of Spatulas On Parade

Comments

  1. Love and yearning, you always pull me in with the emotion of your poetry.

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  2. Oh. My. Word. This is amazing! Thank you for sharing!

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