The gentle love song 'You'll Never know Just How Much I love You', played on Violin is a classic ending to many a movie love scene it inspired this text


Did You Hear The Violins Play by M.A.Meddings

Did you hear those violins play 
Have you heard  the song that  they made 
Did you want me  just now
As I want you some how      
Have you heard the violins play?

when we are apart 
Are those  tears of  your pain
Just in your eyes as  in mine
Are the lines on your cheeks 
The cries from your heart 
Have you heard those violins play

Do you dream in the night 
Of this love  that we have 
Were you crying last night just like me 
Were you in my arms at the end of our day 
Did  you hear the violins play

Did you know of the song 
In this last intermezzo
It's the last Saraband of my heart 
My love that they sing 
As the tenderness rings
Did you hear the violins play

 





Poetry by lastromantichero
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Written on 2007-02-21 at 14:50

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Phyllis J. Rhodes
This makes me want to sob into my pillow.
2007-02-21



violins rippling...
caressing your memory...
i heard them...still do...


Lilly xxx
2007-02-21


Kathy Lockhart The PoetBay support member heart!
this is so beautifully written and expresses so much tenderness that only love can produce. Soft, gentle, melodic...Beautiful! xxxyb
2007-02-21


kath
I love this poem ... and that is all I say and put in my favs for the tenderness of love that it speaks ....

rgds kath
2007-02-21



this, hero, is as romantically longing as it ever could be!
2007-02-21