I Love you

I love your tender heart
I know how deep it is

I love your childish smile
Even when it’s a pretence

I love your wild looks
With million promises in its essence

I love your youth
When hard through me you commence

I love to listen to you
Even when my mind is in absence

I love the way you experiment with me
As a teacher learning from his own apprentice

I love the way you make love to me
And spin my head to a deep silence

But mind you
I’m not in love with you

Love’s too conventional
But you’re not

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8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Baroque
    Sep 06, 2005 @ 19:26:00

    WOW! u just took my breath away.. 😉 that person must be so special… allah iyhaneeko0wm.. 😉

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  2. Purgatory
    Sep 06, 2005 @ 19:50:00

    so am not conventional?

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  3. Badoor
    Sep 07, 2005 @ 01:04:00

    3ad it’s good to love and be in love for ever better to loved and be loved, it’s a mess really.

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  4. AyyA
    Sep 07, 2005 @ 07:20:00

    Charisma
    Thanks dear, glad you liked it 🙂

    Purgy
    Off course you’re no you’re purgatorian :p

    Badoor
    Being in love involves possessiveness, expectancy and so on, when you fall in love you could fall out of love, but when you love something or someone, you always do. For instance you can say that a mother loves her child but you can’t say that she’s in love with him.

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  5. Elegance
    Sep 07, 2005 @ 09:48:00

    God it´s such a beautiful and breathtaking poem. love it

    Reply

  6. Peach
    Sep 07, 2005 @ 10:04:00

    Aww thanks hon 😀 I love you too! With all my heart, really ;p

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  7. Mushmushi
    Sep 07, 2005 @ 12:52:00

    Just heard about your mom from Jewaira. الله يقوم الوالدة بالسلامةإن شاء الله

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  8. AyyA
    Sep 07, 2005 @ 19:13:00

    Elegancia
    K tal , thanks for your constant encouragement sweetie

    Peachy
    I love you too babe, you know that ;*

    Mushmushi
    Thanks sweetie to you and lady J, mom is OK now.

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