Your Everything

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

What one person can mean to another. Please like and comment thank you


your every sight and every sound

Your every dew drop that lies on the ground

Your every tear from every eye

Your every cloud that floats in the sky.

Your every thought and every dream

Your every ocean and every stream

Your every morning and every night

Your all that is wrong and all that is right.

Your every branch on every tree

Your each drop of water that's lost in the sea

Your every memory of times that we have shared

A pillar of strength, when no one else cared.

Your every blade of grass in pastures green

Your all of the future and all that has been

Your every rain drop that fall from above

Your every eagle and every dove.

Your every old woman and every newborn cry

From the day that you were born to the day that you die

your all that is now and all that is unknown

Your every sewn that's ever been sewn.

Your every word that's ever been said

Your all that is written and all that is read

your all that is lost and all that is found

Your all that is free and all that is bound.

Your every prayer from every believer

Your every giver and every receiver

Submitted: July 29, 2013

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Daisy Ink

I can just tell how much the speaker cares about the person. It's really deep how they can define a person in so many ways. Great poem :):)

Mon, July 29th, 2013 5:05pm


thanks for youre kind comment i was a little worried no one would like them. never done this before so thanks again

Mon, July 29th, 2013 11:26am

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