Where is my heart?

Where is my heart?

A Poem by Cherrie Palmer

Where is my heart?

It is with you.

That is why your world I pursue.

The rhythm of love is yours to command.

Time stands still just by holding hands.

My smile laced wide when you come near,

And my heart is yours just as long as I live.

© 2020 Cherrie Palmer


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A beautiful sentimentalJourney...
holding hands with a golden Band...
truly, Pat

Posted 4 Days Ago


Cherrie Palmer

4 Days Ago

Good morning Pat
And thank you. I hope you have a blessed week. I guess we'll have a little.. read more
Patricia Wedel

4 Days Ago

dear Cherrie... the social distancing is a necessary plan... but cranberries will crackle and pop. .. read more
Love - the truest form of art that can envelop or liberate or perhaps both :) Nicely wriiten Cherrie :)

Posted 4 Days Ago


Cherrie Palmer

4 Days Ago

Thank you Ruth:)
Such a sweet little poem! That's all I really have to say about it sweet and simple! :3 Have a Great Thanksgiving! -Kay

Posted 6 Days Ago


Kay/Hayden

4 Days Ago

Awh tysm! I am addicted to this website lol.
Cherrie Palmer

4 Days Ago

yes, I think it has a lot to offer a writer. I have been here over 11 years.
Kay/Hayden

4 Days Ago

Wow! Ive only been here for like 2 days lol!
You've described how some people exist in a state of love which is defined by living for the other person. Frankly, this does not sound like something I would want to do, but this is the stuff longterm relationships are made of -- a certain amount of submerging -- some giving up of one's own life is well-advised in some cases. In my life experience, I am now seeing many of these kinds of people losing a lifelong partner to death & even after years of mourning, their feelings remain the same -- those who've loved in this way often don't stop just becuz the other person has died (((HUGS))) Fondly, Margie

Posted 6 Days Ago


Cherrie Palmer

6 Days Ago

As we get older we do become more of who we are and sharing ourselves with another is not a easy thi.. read more
So much love for another. Wonderful Cherrie. Totally devoted comes to mind. A gem of a poem.

Chris

Posted 1 Week Ago


Cherrie Palmer

1 Week Ago

:) thank you Chris
Whenever a woman.. or man, voices this kind of love, it comes from a place that allows true gold.edged declaration. Cherrie. Bye the way, this could be the most precious Christmas gift ever. says I, smiling.

Posted 1 Week Ago


Cherrie Palmer

1 Week Ago

Thank you Emma, and I agree, Christmas is over commercialized. Sometimes we have a old fashion Chr.. read more
And what more could be wanted or needed than that? In these days of restrictions and not knowing when the end will come, it is a better place to be if thought of like this and it being reciprocated. We can do without such transient things, as long as we have this to hold on to.


Posted 1 Week Ago


Cherrie Palmer

1 Week Ago

We are living in a very unique time in history, and love is the glue that holds us together. :) tha.. read more
Such sincere devotion.
If reality-based, both lovers are extremely fortunate.
As mere poetry, an ideal to aspire to.
(By the way, Stephen King is, likely, demon-possessed.)

Posted 1 Week Ago


Cherrie Palmer

1 Week Ago

Thank you, and my husband and I feel very blessed to have each other.
You're published and you write like this? I must be Stephen f*****g King.

Posted 1 Week Ago


Cherrie Palmer

1 Week Ago

You must be
Romantic notions set in a verse filled with dedication.

Posted 1 Week Ago



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Cherrie Palmer
Cherrie Palmer

Oakland, AR



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I am a published poet and love poetry. My husband and I live near the White River, and love trout fishing. I find my surroundings a great inspiration to me. I also have two books on Amazon Kindle: O.. more..

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