What Matters by Markus Fleischmann

 

What matters the most to me

Is not the lavish things I see

It’s not what society expects of me

It isn’t my failures or faded dreams

 

What matters the most to me

Are all the little things

Like waking early to watch you sleep

Kissing you gently as you dream

Holding your hand as we cross the street

Seeing the smile on your face as you eat

Your little quirks

The way you sing

 

What matters the most to me

Is not money or fame

It’s not drama or stupid games

It’s the way you cry

Seeing a red balloon in the sky

The way you dance

 

 

Raindrops on your face

The dreams we chase

It’s crystals on the window pane

The songs the coyotes howl

Living in the now

 

What matters most to me

Is the warm and comfortable bed in which we sleep

The happy moments in memory we keep

A blueberry muffin in the morning

A cup of coffee or spiced tea

The goofiness you love about me

These are just a few things

That matter the most to me

 

© Markus Fleischmann

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Excerpt from the book “A Tome Of Musings”

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markus About the Author

Markus Fleischmann is a free thinker and writer who lives in Pennsylvania. ‘A Tome of Musings’, his first book of poetry, explores the heart of a moral being, love and heartache, joyfulness and sadness. His writing is a collection of thoughts and dreams and beautifully spun into verse and rhyme.

Visit Markus’s Author Page At: www.ctupublishinggroup.com/markus-fleischmann.html



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