Treasure Island

louis rams

(09/13/1943 / new york city)

The Last Breathe That I Take


With every decision that I make
With every last breathe that I take
I’ll be loving you.
There is no distance or obstacle that I wouldn’t climb
To make you mine.
Wouldn’t you like me to hold you in my arms?
And whisper all my love to you
And know that every word is true.
I would love you till the last breathe that I take
Even when I’m sleeping, and more when I’m awake.
Because of you I learned what love is about
Of that I have no doubt.
With just a hello and a simple smile
You have made my life worthwhile.
You opened my eyes to possibilities
Of things that I could not see.
You are my first breathe in the morning
And my last breathe at night, and gave me
The will to continue this fight.
How can I love you more than I do?
When you have made all my dreams come true.

Submitted: Saturday, June 15, 2013
Edited: Saturday, June 15, 2013
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  • Patricia Grantham (7/29/2013 6:58:00 AM)

    Very romantic love sonnet Lewis. There is so much love in your poem that
    it literally drips with emotions. The object of affection must be exhilarated beyond
    expectations. Enjoyed. (Report) Reply

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