If I were To Lose

 

 

If I were to lose my eyes

And darkness take my light

I’m thankful your beauty lies

Etched upon my night

 

If I were to lose my ears

Your words kept from me

I’d still your whispers hear

Love spoken so beautifully

 

If I were to lose my hands

And denied of loving touch

My heart you’d still command

And I’d love you just as much

 

If I were to lose my tongue

And, ‘I love you’ go unsaid

The breath inside my lungs

Will be yours till I am dead

 

If I were to lose my lips

Left longing for your kiss

Your taste would still drip

From the candle of your bliss

 

If I were to lose my nose

No longer able to smell

I’d hold scented memory close

Of this rose that loved me well

 

If I were to lose my legs

And forced to sit right here

My heart would surely beg

That you would still be near

 

If I were to lose my heart

I will not shake in tacit fear

For, from the very start

It was yours to have, my dear

 

 

 

Comments
15 Responses to “If I were To Lose”
  1. beth says:

    wow, the last stanza

  2. Kaylen says:

    Such a lovely poem. To truly want to give all that we have to those we love is something few can say. Our physical needs can always be modified but emotionally there is no substitution. Beautifully written once again💗

  3. Mike says:

    This is beautiful!

  4. kristianw84 says:

    Awww! This is so sweet! Beautifully penned, as always. ❤❤❤

  5. jupitergrant says:

    My heart is fluttering and my eyes welling up. This is so beautiful xx

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