all knowing

all knowing

A Chapter by Lyn Anderson
"

thoughts that squeeze through

"
I knew

I wanted to
comfort you.
but you
didn't need
a hug
or a tender
word.

we aren't that
different,
you and me.

I knew
exactly
what to do
to bring you
back to
where you
like to be.

 

knowing

I felt it,
in the pounding of your heart,
the way you looked at me,
and then looked away,
that moment.
is enough,
just
knowing ...



you should know

your kiss

still ignites
the engine
that was dead
before you
turned the key
and recharged
the heart
inside of me.




© 2018 Lyn Anderson


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Wonderful use of words and thoughts Lyn. I did enjoy this poem. The poetry was amazing.
Coyote

Posted 1 Year Ago


Lyn Anderson

1 Year Ago

Some passion is too great to adequately put into words, but I try ...
Coyote Poetry

1 Year Ago

You did well my friend.
It is the thoughts that squeeze through and you subsequently capture and leave here for us that makes poetry, poetry..... N

Posted 1 Year Ago


Lyn Anderson

1 Year Ago

Oh thank you darling
Neville

1 Year Ago

pleasure..........
I love this arrangement of thoughts on "knowing" . . . the first stanza is most striking to me . . . there are just some people who "click" together & sense what the other is needing, while other people remain a complete mystery. I also really love the last stanza, altho I haven't had the pleasure of such an experience myself, I surely do enjoy reading about how it can be from your point of view (((HUGS)))

Posted 3 Years Ago


Lyn Anderson

3 Years Ago

Thanks so much. I am blessed to have what I have for as long as that may be.
When a kiss can do that, that vehicle will take you far! Such a romantic write filled with hope for the future. Lydi**

Posted 3 Years Ago


Lyn Anderson

3 Years Ago

So nice to see you! Thank you. I guess it is rather hopeful.:)
Lydia

3 Years Ago

Just home from a long vacation. Still catching up with life, but I will read more. Lydi**
"turned the key & recharged the heart"... these lines are surely very captivating just alike your bonevolent write for sure. Liked the way how systematically you gathered love-ish things around.... across the valley - memorable juxtaposition of your monatge-love-words. Seemed very tranquil & heartfelt in reading. You seem to be lulling what's once lulled you over the nassima of enigmatic & under the trés tryst of moon-night, a long ago. Nice shot!

Posted 3 Years Ago


Lyn Anderson

3 Years Ago

What an interesting review again -- perhaps it will inspire some more "benevolent poetry" -- we shal.. read more
A beautiful romantic write full of hope and that which is unconditional. Did I say it was beautiful:)

Posted 3 Years Ago


Lyn Anderson

3 Years Ago

Thank you, you are too kind.
There is no greater communication then that of two hearts speaking to one another.
Yes delightfully romantic.

Posted 3 Years Ago


Lyn Anderson

3 Years Ago

I am glad you see it that way. :)
A very good romantic poem. The honesty is what does it for me.

-Cara

Posted 3 Years Ago


Lyn Anderson

3 Years Ago

Thank you. I always appreciate your visits. And honesty is the only policy when it comes to love. :)
and the beat goes on... knowingly... and I do believe hugs come in all forms... love your poem Kl...

redzone

Posted 3 Years Ago


Lyn Anderson

3 Years Ago

Ah thanks sir. I do too.:) The trick is in knowing what the other wants.

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