Tag Archives: You and I

Every Day With You

Every Day With Youby Michael DoyleIn every way, people try to push apartIn all the ways that break our heartsIt’s one in a million who stay the courseInstead of changing out that tired horseToo many dreams they just fall apartIn … Continue reading

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Through the Eyes of Love

Through the Eyes of Loveby Michael DoyleThrough the eyes of love I see youDreaming of things we’ve grownTo become and what it is we doWhat the future holds is shownIn the way that you touch my handAnd how you kiss … Continue reading

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Waters Felt As Wild

Waters Felt As Wildby Michael DoyleLooking to the commons differentlyWe sip at the waters reverentlyWith willows and elms along the banksAs a praying man, I stop to give thanksNo matter how much we pollute the watersTheir resilience slips back dreamilyAs … Continue reading

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Never Enough of You

Never Enough of Youby Michael DoyleI didn’t know what I was afterUntil I heard your sweet laughterI hadn’t a clue what I was missingUntil you and I were kissingNever felt a hand that felt so rightUntil you were holding mine … Continue reading

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A Good Feeling About…

A Good Feeling About…by Michael DoyleIt looks like we’re in for nasty weatherGod knows that you and I deserve betterPlotted courses are always subject to changeIt’s the simple way of life and nothing strangerSpin offs and rip offs serve to … Continue reading

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Thoughts On the Hubble Space Telescope

I find it fascinating that my lady love and I are both interested in things like the exploration of universe and soul.   I actually wrote this poem yesterday but didn’t post it.  Sort of ran out of time talking… … Continue reading

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Tongue Tied In Wonderland

Sometimes one person is all the view you find you need for a lifetime. Tongue Tied In Wonderland by Michael Doyle Pretty isn’t enough for the view For the wonderfulness of the avenue A white wave of sheerest delight Canopied … Continue reading

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A Prairie Sky’s Truth

Sometimes seeing things differently is mental illness; sometimes it’s seeing things differently.  A show I was watching at the suggestion of a person who is increasingly important to me portrayed that in an interesting bit that I have attempted to … Continue reading

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From A Flower, A Garden Grows

Today’s Thought For the Day really grabs at my heart and soul.  It bears repeating until we all get it.  In this world and all virtual worlds, we can be fairly much choose to be most anything we desire.   … Continue reading

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