I saw you there!


On our day of love, I saw you there. You looked so sure and strong. You stood as if you did not have a care in the world. You showed me how to be one with you … all in the blink of an eye. How did you stand so still and not sigh out loud? When you saw me, your eyes spoke the words of love; your heart sighed with mine. Our tears were sweet and full of love. It showed we are here till the end of time. On our day of love, I saw you there for me.

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Form: “100 word – one syllable” challenge

Image Credit

© rgb for “On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea”, 2011

About becca givens

Becca is an artist, poet, and animal communicator. She delights in cooking, nurturing, and sharing a rich spiritual life with others on the Path.
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55 Responses to I saw you there!

  1. This is lovely, as we now expect your work to be! A gentle poet.

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  2. Becca, this is so sweet, a true and beautiful conveyance of love. Cindy

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  3. Bodhirose says:

    I’m glad you gave this challenge a try, Becca. You did a wonderful job with a tribute to your love. Very sweet…

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  4. Julian Javier the Cyber Mushroom says:

    ah love at first sight. what a wonderful dreamy and romantic piece!

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  5. ALIVE aLwaYz says:

    There are always the eyes, aren’t they?
    When it comes to love, all can be seen in them, the reflection of truth, I must say!

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  6. love …that elusive dream that actualizes itself in our angst

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  7. Sam says:

    Becca, where have you been hiding this …:-) such a beautiful romantic poem, it flows with ease and elegance.

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  8. Ina says:

    Lovely poem, happy story 🙂

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  9. Joel Hall says:

    Very fun. Made me smile. 🙂

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  10. ZQ says:

    That was very nice. Thank you.

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  11. Beautiful! Amazing what can be done with all single syllable words!! In fact I hadn’t even noticed it until I read on after. Well done!

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  12. Leo says:

    That is very challenging for sure. I don’t know if I can 🙂 Lovely piece, Becca.

    My Rally Poem ~ A Poetic World

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  13. This is absolutely beautiful Becca, warms my heart

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  14. poetryroad says:

    Love the lightness and carefree feel of this poem! You can feel the true love behind the words!

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  15. Paul says:

    Is it true that to be a poet one needs also to be a romantic? – I think it probably is, we need to see and speak reality differently in some way – lovely poem Becca!

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  16. Madhumathi says:

    Lovely poem becca 🙂

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  17. May love lock your hearts
    In an endless embrace
    Not many are blessed
    With such heavenly grace. 🙂

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  18. Pat Cegan says:

    Ah, sweet BB, you are a romantic, indeed. Lovely poem, lucky man to have you love him so. Hugs, pat

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  19. It just can’t be said any better than that. Lovely write, Becca!

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  20. Beautiful poem. I love how it has no real structure to it, like love itself.
    The Lonely Recluse.

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  21. Made me wish there was such romantic love.

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  22. Jingle says:

    lovely,

    sweet and sticky, thanks for the tickle.
    Happy Rally.

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  23. I love the line ” your heart sighed with mine” …. so connected right there. This is outstanding.
    Love it …
    Namaste,
    Isadora

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  24. Chimnese says:

    wonderful feeling of appreciating love ..

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    • becca givens says:

      At times, it can be so easily taken for granted … ignorance on one’s part … need to maintain focus past the little things in life which block the view! Thank you, Chimnese for visiting.

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  25. dani says:

    “your eyes spoke words of love”

    that’s how you really know! beautiful! ♥

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  26. Renee Espriu says:

    Many times..if it is right … love can be just like this! Simply wonderful!

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  27. souldipper says:

    Wow! I can certainly feel that, Becca!

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