About the Poem
This is a sensual, romantic poem addressing those who ask their partners, "Do you still love me?" The other partner may not say the actual words often, but feels that their actions should speak for them - a very common situation. In the poem, the partner who is asked the question explains why they feel they do not need words to express their love.
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And You Still Wonder
our eyes meet,
your lips touch mine,
arms encircle me,
and you still wonder -
do I love you?
a query you should
never have to voice,
those words remaining within,
answered by tenderness of touch,
by sweet emotion,
by thoughts mirrored
in chestnut irises,
that brush softly across you,
painting images deep
while this soul speaks to yours,
saying all the words
ever needing to be said.
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