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This poem just came to me as I was trying to find a way to tell the man I love just how much I love him and what I would give him if I could.

My Gifts Of Love To You

I would give you the sun
so you would have light.
I'd give you the moon
to guide you at night.
I'd give you the stars
so you could see
All of the beauty
that is heavenly.

I'd give you a river
with waters running deep.
I would give you the
fruits of the trees I reap.
I'd give you the oceans
and all of their treasures.
I would give you all
of this world's pleasures.

I would give you my home
for a place to live.
Anything I have,
to you I would give.
I would give you my
heart, my soul and mind.
I'd give you these things
because you're so kind.

I love you.
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4 Visitor Comments

I loved this poem it made me think of my girlfriend. I think it is the best i have read yet.
I can't believe it. I wrote this poem over six years ago, I lost all my stuff when I had to move abot two years ago and I was so dissapointed that i lost my poetry. But I found four of my poem here. Thank you Passions in Poetry
Wonderful! That is such a great poem! Totally authentic and heartfelt.

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