Pookey's Poems

(03/06/1959 / Chicago)

Anticipation


Looking out the window
Looking for your car
Wondering if that's you
Looking from afar

Can't wait to touch you
Can't wait to see you
Can't wait to feel you
Can't wait to breathe you

When I hear your voice
When we talk on the phone
Oh, how my impatience grows
I want to see you so

I can hear your car
Pulling in the drive
I stand waiting inside
My heart racing with desire

As I hear your footsteps
Walking down the hall
You place your things next to the wall
Oh was that my heart that you called?

I finally see the love of my life
And he's waiting for me! !
With a gleam in your eye
And your arms open wide

Your arms wrap around me
Oh so warm and safe
As I look up into your eyes
I feel my knees start to shake

You're the one
That I wait for
Each and everyday

I love you Honey

Submitted: Friday, August 18, 2006
Edited: Thursday, August 26, 2010
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