How beautiful are thy words and thoughts,

Such a lovely rapturous melody, I become so distraught,

Then my heart skips a beat every time you pen,

With thy sweet lips I whisper, I love him,

When you write onomatopoetically,

Beautiful poetry becomes redefined ecstatically,

When you speak in gentle rhyming metaphor,

These words of love make me want you even more.

8 thoughts on “Onomatopoeia

  1. Catnip,

    Loved it, your words are quite beautiful! Wonderful word, “Onomatopoeia”, I don’t get to use it often, if ever, but I still remember the English teacher that brought it to my attention. It is such a interesting word, thank you for your words and the memories.

    Take care,


  2. Make him feel special and let him know that you love him for who he really is and not for who you want him to turned into. This is a very common mistake that nearly make when compared to admit I’m guilty of the particular! We treat our men as projects and have this stern idea in our heads regarding how we want the relationship to be, how we want to be treated and even worst on how we want our man to respond. It’s OK to live by certain standards and i am not advising you to pay for lower what you deserve but at least be believeable. That dreamy guy you see the actual world movies isn’t real! Do not get into a romantic relationship with mankind hoping he or she will change for you have. You’ll end up being disappointed ultimately and that leaves each of you frustrated. Love the person for who they are and that’s all put on weight to it.


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