Lawrence H. Pfaff

You Are Like






You are like the wind after the autumn rain.
Dark skies that causes pain.
Mountains capped in grey and blue.
I feel I love you, What do I do?
I'm not expecting or projecting.
Thoughts of us keep reflecting,
always good and never dull.
When I am with you my plate is full.
Still sweeping me off my feet
with your beauty that's so complete.
I sit and look across the way.
I see you, the sunshine in my day.
You are like the falling leaves
drifting slightly in the breeze.
And although our worlds may never meet
I will savor you like a chocolate sweet.
I ponder thoughts of me and you,
are you real can this be true.
Our memories new or distant past,
My feelings for you will seem to last.

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