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What if?
by Graham Ereks

What if I told you that I was still into you?
What if I told you that we were meant to be?
What if I told you that you were my world,
My one and only?
What if I told you that we were truly meant for each other?
What if I told you that I really loved you?
What if I told you that our sunder was a bummer?

What if we were still in love with each other?
What if we both regret our sunder?

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Ode to Obianuju
by Graham Ereks

Obianuju! Obianuju! My epitome of beauty,
Captivating in all façades, an all in one cutie.
As gentle as a dove you, my dear, always are,
Twinkling ad infinitum like the shooting star.
Lips so glossy, making lyrical my mouth now
And then. Oh, I love the shape of your brow!

My diva with skin like the firm-fleshed ripe fruit,
Lovely in all façades, my dearest Cupid's root.
Now and then I feel you, even in your absence,

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The Brokenhearted Lass
by Graham Ereks

Forlorn, she saunters to and fro;
Saddened by the incessant din
And tiff on his part.
Her eyes are red,
For weeping has befriended
Her.

The winner of her heart
Has done her wrong—
The once ever beating heart

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To the Woman I Love
by Graham Ereks

My treasure without measure,
My backbone, my spine, my one and only;
The silky gazelle of the esteemed paradise,
My breath, my lifesaver, how I love you so very
Much!

Life, they say, isn't a bed of roses, but your
Presence makes mine rosy; you're an angel,
Though without wings; my irreplaceable one,
My soul-piece, the meaning of my life, my Heartthrob, my one in a gazillion. How I love You so very much!

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Sweet as a sonnet
by Jules Morton

I don’t know when I will see you again
Darling, I miss your lips on mine
Memories of time spent with you are etched in my mind
In the foolishness of my youth, I tripped over my words and feet
and have fallen so completely for you

You can topple cities with the brightness of your smile
I would know, because I fall every single day spent with you
Cathedral bells ring, but none catch my ears the way your laughter does


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Sweet as a sonnet
by Jules Morton

I don’t know when I will see you again
Darling, I miss your lips on mine
Memories of time spent with you are etched in my mind
In the foolishness of my youth, I tripped over my words and feet
and have fallen so completely for you

You can topple cities with the brightness of your smile
I would know, because I fall every single day spent with you
Cathedral bells ring, but none catch my ears the way your laughter does


......

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Ode to Obianuju
by Graham Ereks

Obianuju! Obianuju! My epitome of beauty,
Captivating in all façades, an all in one cutie.
As gentle as a dove you, my dear, always are,
Twinkling ad infinitum like the shooting star.
Lips so glossy, making lyrical my mouth now
And then. Oh, I love the shape of your brow!

My diva with skin like the firm-fleshed ripe fruit,
Lovely in all façades, my dearest Cupid's root.
Now and then I feel you, even in your absence,

......

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What if?
by Graham Ereks

What if I told you that I was still into you?
What if I told you that we were meant to be?
What if I told you that you were my world,
My one and only?
What if I told you that we were truly meant for each other?
What if I told you that I really loved you?
What if I told you that our sunder was a bummer?

What if we were still in love with each other?
What if we both regret our sunder?

......

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To the Woman I Love
by Graham Ereks

My treasure without measure,
My backbone, my spine, my one and only;
The silky gazelle of the esteemed paradise,
My breath, my lifesaver, how I love you so very
Much!

Life, they say, isn't a bed of roses, but your
Presence makes mine rosy; you're an angel,
Though without wings; my irreplaceable one,
My soul-piece, the meaning of my life, my Heartthrob, my one in a gazillion. How I love You so very much!

......

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The Brokenhearted Lass
by Graham Ereks

Forlorn, she saunters to and fro;
Saddened by the incessant din
And tiff on his part.
Her eyes are red,
For weeping has befriended
Her.

The winner of her heart
Has done her wrong—
The once ever beating heart

......

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  • Jules Morton
    Jules Morton (1 poems about Love poem)
    September 6 1999 Pennsylvania