I liked this one a lot, Seymour. Even though you didn't repeat the same lines in the first and last ones, the overall effect was that you did. I found the poem very gentle and sweet, and enjoyed your word choices. Thanks for sharing it.
The wind that touched your face today And mine in gentle feel and play, Embraced us since our very birth, Forever with us on this earth.
Our breath has touched and joined with those. In past and present since time arose. And you and I have touched before And will embrace forever more. ----------------- The breeze that kissed you on the face, Has held me in the same embrace. ---------------
I remember this jewel of a poem... and I ADORE it... its PERFECT !!!!!! the sentiments of those last two lines are enchanting. later-gentle-breeze-gator jm
baby dont you work so hard for this prize you've found, it will all be gone-when you turn around, cause nothing lasts forever anyway. Rick Roberts