May I Love You?

May I just be near you,
sit at your feet, gaze
into your eyes, breathe
your fragrance? May I
love you without demand,
happy to be made whole by the
merging of our souls?

May I cheer you when you are
sad, rejoice when you are glad;
love you from afar or as close
as you are? For what is this
thing called, “love,” if not
this passion that I feel just
knowing you exist in this world
though we’ve not yet met? It
does not matter for my heart is
yours and always has been.

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19 Responses to May I Love You?

  1. chris jensen says:

    Where did this come from? Deep, deep

    Liked by 1 person

  2. stringinalong says:

    Reblogged this on Str!ngin Along… and commented:
    Love brings life to my heart! I love this post


  3. sufi ananda says:

    786….this one is a Jewel…you, my heart is open to love….thanks for the inspiration to love…sufi ananda


  4. sufi ananda says:

    Reblogged this on 786sufiwisdom and commented:
    786…open your heart to love…qiyamah sufi ananda


  5. Certainly! I love evrything you write and know you to be a very special person.


  6. Butty says:



  7. Moinees says:

    Reblogged this on ~Deficiencies~ and commented:


  8. Moinees says:

    Wow! Pure awesomeness! Loved this! You’re about to be reblogged!


  9. Nina says:

    Reblogged this on Living Well and commented:
    Word: unconditional


  10. Nina says:

    WOW Pat
    you really captured the essence of unconditional love


  11. literary lew says:

    Bring it on hon! Love me!


  12. 1girl4adamwest says:



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