Can I love, you ask?

Yes, I can love like the wind
on a bright, breezy day,
and the smile in my heart
will take your breath away.

I’m full of hot lava,
hurricanes, and deep seas,
and when I bestow a kiss,
I bring my lover to their knees.

I’m like a serene tropical island
in the midst of summer storm,
and those who have loved me
have often felt reborn.

So yes, I can love,
probably even better than the rest,
but there’s no telling for certain
unless you put me to the test.

© 2022 Michelle Cook


Photo credit: https://pixabay.com/photos/wheat-field-shoes-legs-meadow-6392428/

 

22 thoughts on “Can I love, you ask?

  1. Such a beautiful poem Michele!
    Wow to their knees!!!! You’ve got the touch my friend and love this:
    “I’m like a serene tropical island
    in the midst of summer storm,
    and those who have loved me
    have often felt reborn.”
    ❤️😍

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  2. Wow, Michelle!!!! I so loved this poem!! Especially the last stanza – and the last line! Mmmm! You sure put a lot of silent wondering in a lot of heads! Cheeky? And what, My Dear is wrong with cheeky? Bellissimo, Michelle, Bellissimo!!!
    😁😍💖💕🌹

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    1. Thank you, Keith. It took me forever to find the right photo for this. And when I found this one, I knew it was the perfect fit for this poem. 😁

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    1. Thank you… ❤️nature always inspires me in so many ways. I started off with the first stanza and let it kinda sit for a few days while I mulled over what else I could add. The rest came from little snippets of things people had said to me over the years. So it was fun to write and reminisce at the same time.

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    1. Thank you… this was a fun one to write. I always love incorporating nature and life lessons into my poems. I struggled with this one because it feels a bit cheeky to me. But in the end I decided that this is how it is when you love with your whole heart, and that’s what I try to do. 💛

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