Every Night

Infatuation – Word of the Day

 

Every Night

I see you every night,
a little obsessive some would say.
“Why don’t you do something else once in a while”,
they kindly intone.
But I’m home most nights just to be with you,
I cook and we share dinner,
you always dress so nice for me,
I just love to watch your face as you talk.
Have I told you about my feelings for you?
No.
And oblivious, you chatter away about the weather,
the latest news, and gossip.
I silently soak it all up,
just basking in your presence.
And when you finish that last sentence,
as I know you will,
I change the channel.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

 

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Paul,

pvcann.com

31 Comments

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31 responses to “Every Night

  1. HAHAHAHA. I loved this,. That is perfectly normal, I can relate to this “obsession” very well written. I loved it.

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  2. This is so beautifully written Paul Shows your great observation about the beauty in things and souls around us.

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  3. Haha! Good one Paul. Really enjoyed this.

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  4. Love it! I realized last night I was enjoying the very handsome presenter of the 10pm BBC News a bit too much!

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  5. I loved this too. 🙂 The last line surprised a laugh out of me.

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  6. This was fun. Am I really “chattering obliviously?” said the spider to the fly!

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  7. lol Barbie struck … does she ever get it right, the weather I mean 🙂

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  8. Ha Ha! You got me on this one!!!

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  9. Oh God, Paul!!!! I’m still laughing as I write this! You really cracked me Up!!!
    Bravo!!!

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