Visiting My Love

Visiting My Love

A Poem by Richard Morimanno

I still remember

Miss lovely lady

You, in your evening dress 

My hands a little shaky

 

Love, was the night we met

One dance was all i asked

Day turned to night but

We didn't want to move to fast

 

Can a night be ever better

Hold my breath as your

Hands grasped mine

Again we stepped onto the floor

 

And danced a dance of love

Our eyes never left each other's

Lips touched with passion

May i have another?

 

Taste of wine upon them

Each kiss just moments apart

Other's just smiled upon us as we

RIP lonliness from our hearts 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

© 2012 Richard Morimanno


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As a widow, this touched me deeply and is very beautiful. I love the form you used. Is their a technical name for it?

Posted 7 Years Ago


Richard Morimanno

7 Years Ago

i am truley sorry for your loss Neva Flores.

thank you for your review, as for the for.. read more
Richard Morimanno

7 Years Ago

i searched for a Technical name for this form with no luck
this beautiful :D

Posted 7 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Richard Morimanno

7 Years Ago

thank you very much =)
Janice Fronek(red.panda)

7 Years Ago

your welcome
wonderful - loved the format. a poem that is hiding in another poem.

Posted 7 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Richard Morimanno

7 Years Ago

thank you for the review =) and yes i thought it was really neat too =] just randomly had the idea h.. read more

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Added on December 18, 2012
Last Updated on December 18, 2012
Tags: love, death, sorrow, lonliness, dance, kiss, passion, wine, smile

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Richard Morimanno
Richard Morimanno

Waterloo, IN



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i really enjoy words. the way they roll off my tounge and how they paint a picture in my mind.. i also enjoy using those words to write peoms and short stories, i wouldn't call myself a poet or a writ.. more..

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