The Southern Gentleman

The Southern Gentleman

A Poem by Amanda

...for the southern gentleman in my life...thank you kind sir


The Southern Gentleman

With a slow southern style

and an easy going way,

you have captured my attention

and warmed my heart.

I feel a sense of contentment

in the circle of your warmth,

something that seemed to be absent

from the existence of my present life.

Careful and mindful,

with subtle unspoken whispers

touching me ever so tentatively...

a gentlemanly exploration.

An undiscovered passion,

a rising flame ignites

burning ever so brightly

through to my very soul.

You are ever in my thoughts...

missing you when we are apart,

elated when we are together...

anticipating the things to come.

Whatever the future holds

the unfolding of time will reveal...

I can only hope that we were

destined be together.

Agtovar 28 Nov 2012

© 2012 Amanda

Author's Note

it's been awhile since i have written anything given with all the life changes i have been through in the past year or so, so if I'm not up to form for those that read my works, please forgive me. thanks, A

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Very sweet write. I think some of us live a thousand different stories out hidden in our heart. Some of those stories if attached for very special souls, rise to the status of hope.

Posted 8 Years Ago

After reading a few broken hearted poems it is nice to see some loving thoughts in print... such a very sweet and charming poem.

Posted 8 Years Ago

This has such a gently voice. Really enjoyed the softness of it.

Posted 8 Years Ago

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Added on November 28, 2012
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