Sunday, December 1, 2013

Love Never Melting--By John W. (Bill) Williams--United States

Love Never Melting

Press your soul against my heart.
Listen to the depth of its love.
Take it as yours and feel its warmth.
Open your heart and let my soul
Search out your love.
Let us move closer
into a world of our own.

Dance with me in meadows of scented flowers
Let us ride upon the wings of time,
Where stars never stop shining.
Keep me close; never free my heart.
In winter we’ll walk in snow,
Hearts together, love never melting.

John W. (Bill) Williams is a retired language arts and children’s literature educator.  He lives in Martin, GA, where he stays busy with his art and poetry.  He has been published in a variety of venues.


  1. Thank you, Jack Horne, for the following comment--

    Bill - lovely romantic write

  2. Aaah, you are a romantic Bill. A lovely poem that would touch the heart of any woman. Thank you for sharing such tender, from the heart words.

  3. Nice poem, John. I've read some of your material in Pancakes in Heaven and come away each time filled with gratitude that you share your wonderful gift of poetry with us. I hope you will consider submitting some material to my poetry publication, Creative Inspirations. More information can be view at:, or you can write to: To God be the Glory! Publications Attn: Creative Inspirations P.O. Box 19051 Kalamazoo, MI 49019. Continued blessings to you. -MJ

  4. Dear John,

    What a lovely poem! Your words are so touching and rich with imagery that it stops the reader in their tracks wanting to read it again. Very nicely done and thank you for sharing it with us.

    Sandra Stefanowich

  5. Thank you Jack, Charlene, Maurice, and Sandra for your kind comments for John. I will send them to him by mail. John, what a blessing to have your wonderful poetry to share at Whispers. Thank you for continuing to support our online journal. I greatly appreciate it. Your words are a joy to read.