He Really Loves Me


Does he love me true?

Counting petals tells the tale

Wedding bells in sight


28 comments on “He Really Loves Me

  1. bennetta faire says:

    Oh, this takes me back to some “imagined” time….food for my novel-writing!

    • melodylowes says:

      How is that going? Do you keep track of word count?

      • bennetta faire says:

        It’s going fine, other than slow (I already want to be done). No, I’m not really thinking about word count as much as pages–but since you’re the 2nd person to ask about that, maybe I should be…

      • melodylowes says:

        I just know from other bloggers when they post how many words they wrote that day. What do I know? Although, I’m thinking that I will pull a book-length selection of poetry together to have ready just -in-case – I’d like to go the traditional route this go round. AND I want to begin a novel, but that scares the jeebies out of me. If jeebies are something that can be scared out…

      • bennetta faire says:

        I just hit the wrong key and everything disappeared–aaack! Since I’m not doing the book with publishing/selling in mind, I’m not concerned about those things. If that were my goal, I’d definitely being running and hiding from the Jeebies. Glad you’re going for a poetry collection, Mel–yaaaayyyyy!

      • melodylowes says:

        But no hard copies – and almost 1000 to sift through? Jeebies all the way…

      • bennetta faire says:

        Great gravy, 2 cups worth.

      • melodylowes says:

        And 7/8ths to boot…

      • bennetta faire says:

        But of course.

  2. Used to love to play that flower game when we were kids.
    He loves me, he loves me not (even though we had not idea of who he might be).

  3. maybe someday ~lovely !

  4. Very sweet and stunning photo, Melody! Happy weekend! 🙂

  5. A lovely haiku…and I was just told yesterday in a haiku that he loves me :). The side benefits of dating a fellow poet!

  6. Lovely photo. What a beautiful poem of love and hope.

  7. Heidi Viars says:

    sweet post … but pondering the wedding bells ???

  8. RoSy says:

    He loves me, he loves me not…

  9. Most beautiful…wedding bells are always a wonderful sight!

  10. Seyi sandra says:

    I love this picture and the accompanying words, in all, all your poems are simply classic!

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