Melinda Foshat

Poetry, Prose, Photography

Think On Our Love


Think on our love not as wild
For I have no wish to out run
The reach of your fingertips

Think on our love not as right
For there is no one way I could hold you
Naked beneath a starless sky

Think on our love not as young
For I feel faint of breath
Having loved you my entire life

Think on our love not as long
For there is no time I wouldn’t give
To see you dream peacefully atop my grave

Think on our love not as love
But a knot between two souls
Which tightens upon the sight of your face

© Copyright – All rights reserved – – February 27, 2014


Author: melindafoshat

Poet, dreamer, philosopher, photographer

12 thoughts on “Think On Our Love

  1. love

  2. excellent Melinda. the word love can carry so much baggage to it in that often times there are conditions that are placed upon another. here you also show that even romance is misleading as well. romance doesn’t bring love. you hit it right on the head starting with the line, but a knot between two souls. one could see it as deep complexities in regards to love, or one could see it as a braid between two people that can create a tighter bond to another.

  3. I love this. Beautifully written.

  4. so beautiful! thank you for stopping by my blog 🙂

  5. beautifully touching

  6. Very beautiful… Epic… Thanks for spending a little time at my blog too!

  7. Awe-inspiring stuff – it totally fits your statement and I am blown away. It sounds so cliched, but the world honestly would be better off if more people thought on love like you do.

  8. A lovely poem, it flows beautifully and is very touching. I enjoyed reading.

  9. Reblogged this on Beacon of Aquarius.

  10. lovely…

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