By the sea
Susan, I Love You
I love you, Susan, this you know.
Each day you set my heart aglow,
with laughter, giggles, tender write.
To not love you, would not feel right.
You touch my heart and bless my life.
You have a husband, I, a wife,
yet still, a common bond we share.
I hope you know how much I care.
I think of you when heavens pour.
I want your friendship, nothing more.
I cherish you, is that okay?
I cannot feel another way.
I know I flirt, it’s hard not to.
What is a man supposed to do?
Your loveliness, consuming fire,
poetic words I so admire.
I’m at the SEA, you want to walk,
hand in hand, as we both talk?
We’ll count the gulls, watch children play,
never run out of things to say.
There is more depth to the heart than the mind can comprehend and it only has boundaries when we choose to fence it in.