Friday, August 25, 2017

So Far Away

So ~ you've been making love to me ten thousand miles away ~  how tantalizing.


Griffin & Sabine ~ An Extraordinary Correspondence
Nick Bantock


I see you in the morning sun
And in the moonlight beams.
I see you on a sandy beach
And in my nightly dreams.

I hear you, touch you, taste you
My every sense you please.
I feel you all around me
In the gentle evening breeze.


For Real Toads
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14 comments:

  1. Sounds like a very passionate relationship!

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  2. Love cannot be described better.

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  3. I love the Griffin and Sabine series. What a cool idea that was.6

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  4. Love is a powerful thing! You have captured it beautifully here Helen!

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  5. So so lovely, the rhyme gives it a nice lilt.

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  6. I too loved the Griffin and Sabine books, and I think this poem is very true to the spirit of them.

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  7. I've never heard of Griffin and Sabine but that doesn't affect my enjoyment of a wonderful love poem.

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  8. This is so beautiful, I really enjoyed reading it.

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  9. This is soo wonderfully romantic!!

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  10. Do romantic and the true love can win i in any situation, to see the lover every where, distance matters not!

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  11. Dearest Helen,
    Well, even though those post cards are only made up, it still does word a never ending love; regardless of distance and time!
    Sending you hugs,
    Mariette

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  12. I do not know Griffin and Sabine, but now I am curious about the story. This is a lovely, romantic tale.

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  13. Beautiful, darling!
    Thanks for stopping by :)

    xoxox,
    CC

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