642. I love thee to the depth and breadth and height my soul can reach. ~Elizabeth Barrett Browning

The hours that I spend with you I look upon
as a sort of perfumed garden, a dim twilight,
and a fountain singing it to you.
You and you alone make 
me feel that I am alive.
Other men it is said have seen angels,
But I have seen thee and
 thou art enough.
~George Moore
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You ask how much I need you
Must I explain?
I need you, oh, my darling
Like roses need rain.
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You ask how long, I’ll love you
I’ll tell you true
Until the twelfth of never
I’ll still be loving you.
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Hold me close
Never let me go.
Hold me close;
Melt my heart like April snow.
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I’ll love you ’til the blue bells forget to bloom
I’ll love you ’til the clover has lost its perfume,
I’ll love you ’til the poets run out of rhyme,
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Until the twelfth of never
And that’s a long, long time,
Until the twelfth of never
And that’s a long, long time
~Excerpts from the song, The Twelfth of Never, recorded
by Johnny Mathis and written
by Jerry Livingston and Paul Francis Webster
Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. ~1 Corinthians 13:6-7    ✝
**Images via Pinterest

A Feast of Love

writing to freedom

A Feast of Love
beauty, poetry, love

let your eyes feast on my wonders

opening pathways to the sky

and doorways to your heart

never doubt that I AM here


swaying with every branch

dancing with every child

soaring with every bird

rejoicing in the beauty of you


my beauty reflecting yours

with oceans of love

mountains of hope

and valleys of peace


express those inner treasures

life is to celebrate and share

out beyond the ideas of mind *

we’ll meet in a feast of love


My muse was inspired by these gorgeous photos of Scotland. The variety is amazing, a feast of love indeed!   XD

Image from Architecture and Design

* Inspired by Rumi’s phrase – “Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing there is a field.I’ll meet you there.”

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