Ursula Brieke-Brinkmann

Your love is meaningless

 

Your  love – it does not mean a thing

to all the others in this world,

and yet it changes everything for me.

 

Your smile is meant for me

and makes the world a warmer place,

in spite of a cold wind

that may be blowing  in my face.

 

Terms of endearment, words you say

can brighten up so dark a day,

and when you – gently - touch my skin

I just feel dizzy and my heartbeat quickens.

 

That is not too dramatic

and does not make the world go round.

It’s something hardly noticed

so quiet … and yet so profound.

 

The changes that this brings about

can make and change my day,

so that my soul would like to shout

but softly begs you ‘stay’.

 

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Published on e-Stories.org on 07/16/2009.

 

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