Showing posts with label kisses. Show all posts
Showing posts with label kisses. Show all posts

Sunday, December 7, 2014

A Walk with My Darling

Her eyes never left her Jim’s face,

How could they now be in this place?


Their lifetime together was great for the most part---one could say,

Until their first child died at birth---it broke their hearts--- that sad day.


They worked the farm side-by-side,

Together they raised their seven boys

who---were their heart-felt pride.


The boys knew the labor of a farm,

They worked with their dad who also

taught them the land’s charm.


“Sons you have to respect the land and give it
what it should need,

or your farming efforts will not succeed.”


“Treat it like your Sweetheart, give her tender
care, feed her, and water
her---sweet talk her, so she will germinate your seed,

My Sons---this land is all you will ever need.”


Each evening at sunset Jim and Alice walked the path
to the pond hand-in-hand,

She was his woman and he was her man.


Their love was never threaten by cheating thoughts or

When they said “I do” it was without a retraction.


He called her “Mother” after the children came,

Growing up they never heard her first name.


The children heard them laughing, and saw them
holding hands,

As they talked and walked to their “Sweetheart Seat”

he made her years ago in their beginning plans.


He stopped and kissed her red and wrinkled hands

because they were lovely to Jim,

She held his hard callus one---she held on tight---as

she sang his favorite hymn.


He whispered her name, “Alice I love you with all my

heart and soul.”

She whispered back, “Jim, my darling I will love you
even after we are in the ground cold.”


The years flew by as the sons became men,

Five sons left the farm---to never farm again,


Two of the youngest stayed with their Mom
and Dad,

To farm and harvest and reap from the land,

These two young men took a farmer’s stand.


So they were never alone,

Happily in the summer their grandchildren
came home.


Jim's health failed first,

The sons got him a nurse.


Then the hospital time came next after his
95th Birthday,

The ambulance took Alice who rode with
her Jim that day,

she meant with him she wanted to stay.


She held his old wrinkled callus hand and kissed
each finger,

As the pain in her heart---did linger.


The seven sons stood at the end of his bed,

and each in turn kissed him bye on his cold forehead,

Then the doctor came in and said it was time for

Alice to leave---she refused and talked to her Jim

until his body was dead.


“My Darling Jim, take my hand and walk with me
once more,

And wait for me when you get to Heaven’s Door.”


“Walk slowing Jim and I will be there soon.”

The next day they found Alice in her bed she

had died in the late afternoon.


On their gravestones it read:

“Walk Slowly and Wait for Us”

And under was written each son’s name

And just baby for the one they lost.

Faithful Love Endures

The grandchildren faithfully visited and put
Sunflowers and Lavender Roses on Jim and
Alice’s graves.

When life ends on earth one’s spirit goes to the
land of the braves.


Each grandchild now grown with children of their

own---each child like a clone,

Making sure their lives will never be alone.


All the loves and joys,

From above are passed on to the great-grand boys.


Because loving spirits revisits their love ones on earth,

Until each are joined by them---for a rebirth.


Families’ devotion spins around in a circle of everlasting love,

Deeply blessed by---ancestors who are smiling from above.

PurvisBobbi44 is the sole author of these poems and if they are seen anywhere else on the Internet or in print it was taken without my consent.

Friday, December 20, 2013

My Hot Christmas Kisses

Christmas kisses,
then soon Valentine wishes,
Diamonds for true love,
for new love--it rains Pandora Charms from above.

Mistletoe's hanging overhead to give him a hint,
With dancing sugar plums and peppermint,
Family and friends singing Christmas Carols,
Walking in the snow in their winter apparels

Making a joyful noise and smiling all the way,
While I am thinking of his ‘Hot” Christmas Kisses today,
Street lights glowing in the icy night,
Slippery sidewalks give us a fright.
It's what waiting at home,
That helps to push us on,
My Darling stands at our door,
To give me “Hot Christmas Kisses”
forever more.

It is not the gifts I wish for each year,
But just my Darling to hold me near,
To love and honor as each day goes past,
He gives me Hot Kisses making our love last.

So Merry Christmas to one and all,
I hope you have many kisses to recall,
Love comes every day,
But “Hot Christmas Kisses” are here to stay.

© BEPH 2013 All Rights Reserved

PurvisBobbi44 is the sole author of this poem and if it is seen anywhere else on
the Internet or in print it was taken without my consent.

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Thursday, October 10, 2013

A Love Blanket Under the Stars

His lips mastered hers,

as the firelight died a slow death

fireflies circled their blanket bed

so still their hearts---as if dead.

Love caressed their nectar passions

with ripples of pleasure to one’s soul

sweet rapture propels shockwaves to their body and mind.

Never to relive a moment so perfect---one dared to ponder

when great loving wraps two into a cocoon of heavenly bliss

forcefully, spiraling two hearts into the pregnant sea

creating waves of love and flaming desire.

Fingers locked together for hunger’s urges,

sending waves of sated delight

two glistening bodies’ now noiseless, watching stars overhead

as they slowly fall asleep on their blanket bed.

Her lips were swollen, but desired more

of his skilled love---forever

just his way.

Her body felt lonesome as he slept by her side

her finger caressed his rippling muscles as he slept

she watched him breath

feeling discontent without the heat of his love

she experienced under the stars,

her skin register the caresses to recall again

she touched him once more

then she slept again in his arms.

A chickadee ate breakfast by a fawn

two lovers slowly awaken as light filtered

through the trees and their thoughts.

He kissed her good morn

then dressed to depart

his armor reflected the early light

as his mighty steed left all behind.

She heard him say: Forever my Darling

then disappeared from her sight.

Her salty tears were happy ones

filled with wonder and delight

her Knight would return

when the stars shone brightest.

She walked to her horse

without looking back to

their blanket love bed.

She dreamed that night

of her wedding dress

their forest bed covered with roses

with him waiting to love her through life

and death would not part

for their blanket bed lived forever in their hearts.

© BEPH 2013 All Rights Reserved

PurvisBobbi44 is the sole author of this poem and if it is seen anywhere else on
the Internet or in print it was taken without my consent.

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