About the Poem
A very close and special friend has found for her the perfect love and even the distance between them can't keep them apart. The poem was written as if she had written it herself for her love.
|by Dale Whipple|
|Did you ever say I love you
And the breeze took your words away
Did you feel them as they lingered
Then slowly drifted on their way
Did they journey long, searching for
The distant love you hoped they’d find
Was someone out there listening
For words from heart and mind
Did you ever hear I love you
As the wind blew through the trees
Closed your eyes and felt them there
As they came quietly in the breeze
Did you ever say I love you
And hear it whispered in return
Feeling your distant love beside you
And the desire within you burn
Did you ever see I love you
Floating quietly to you with ease
Wandering peacefully there beside you
Comes I love you in the breeze
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9 Visitor Comments
WOW I LOVED THIS ONE SO MUCH AND IT TOUCHED ME IN SO MANY WAYS. THANK YOU FOR WRITING THIS ONE
You still have a wonderful way with words! This brought back so many memories in my mind. Please keep sharing your poems with us. And, Yes! I Have felt this way when I heard "I Love You" by someone from my past.
I like this poem because it reminds me about my sweetheart who is in Johannesburg right now. And now that I'm falling inlove again when I see this poem. It's so sweet really. Thanx for all you've written
Intensly emotional, yet true to the bone. Very nicely done!
This is the sweetest peom ever, I love it! Well done!
This is an absolutely beautiful poem. It says so much. Thanks for sharing this shinning star in poetry.
THIS POEM WAS SO TIGHT IT DESCRIBED ME AND MY BOYFRIEND
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