Kinsutkuroi

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Hope you like my first poem selected and published in a book.📙
Would love to have your honest feedback and comments.
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😊Happy reading!
Happy writing!✍️

A Date

 

A Date

At the end of a long day

Make a plan

Come home

To a date

When the city retires for the night

Light some aromatic candles

Pour yourself a drink

Run a hot bath

Disrobe your worldly roles

Slip into foamy bubbly goodness

Sink in

Settle in

Listen in to the quiet

Broken only by the sound of running water

Open the page of the book

And dream away……

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“A half- read book is a half finished love affair.”-David Mitchell. Honest feedback and suggestions highly appreciated. Like, comment and share.

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Morning Wish

Morning Wish

May you wake up to :

-The smell of fresh coffee brewing; Smell a little deeper

-The first rays of the sun kissing your face; Bask a little longer

-A rose by your bedside; Breathe in the beauty a little longer

-Your loved ones sleeping peacefully; Watch a little longer

-A sleepy adorable voice; Listen a little longer

-Eyes smiling glad to see you; Smile back a little wider

-A hug before you leave; Hug a little tighter

May you take a little longer to see the things you see every day,

Take a moment; It may be the best in your day,

My wish for you is that you be a second late.

“Sometimes it’s the little things that count most.”-Alexandra Adornetto

Honest feedback and suggestions highly appreciated. Like, comment and share.

You may like to click the link below to see and hear the digital video poetry version of this poem.