Romantic Poem

I Will Take Care Of You

I met a girl in an unexpected place, and I never thought I'd fall in love with her. Getting to know each other, I realized we just share a lot of things in common. We both come from a sad past the broke our hearts. But I found home in her. I wrote this poem for her to let her know that everything's gonna be all right from now on. Just let me take care of you from here on out.

Featured Shared Story

Love is the true inspirational force. It motivates, encourages and strengthens the resolve to achieve the achievable. True love neither expects nor demands anything in lieu. It only believes...

Read complete story

Share your story!

Analysis of Form and Technique

Let Me

©

Published: August 26, 2018

Let me take care of your broken heart
and show you how to fly.
Let me hold you gently by the hand
and kiss your tears goodbye.

Let me lead you to tomorrow's light
and out of needless rain,
'cause all I want right now
is to see you smile again.

Let me sing you all the songs I wrote
'til you sleep in my embrace,
and I'll keep you safe and warm until
the sunlight strokes your face.

Let me bring you up the mountain's peak,
and I'll let you touch the skies
to remind you of the strength I see
when I look into your eyes.

Let me kiss and show you what is love
and the happiness it brings.
You'll sail again like a butterfly
endowed with pretty wings.

Let me do all these to let you see
our fates are intertwined.
You're the accidental precious gem
I've waited long to find.

The earth and sky conspired to make us meet.
They knew we both belong
to each other like words and lovely notes
give life to every song.

So fly with me, my beautiful one.
It's time we leave the past.
I'm yours to keep, and you are mine.
We're finally home at last.

more by Randy Batiquin

Advertisement

Advertisement



For Students - Analysis of Form and Technique

Are you you working on a Poem Analysis? Let us help!

Techniques this poem uses:

  • This poem uses the repetition of "let me” at the beginning of most stanzas to create a strong sense of structure.
    Read more about structure
  • This poem is made up of four-line stanzas called quatrains.
    Check out other poems with quatrains
  • This poem follows the ABCB rhyme scheme.
    Read more about rhyme schemes

More Poems with Analysis of Form and Technique

  • Stories 2
  • Shares 1484
  • Favorited 14
  • Votes 68
  • Rating 4.49
  • Poem of the Day
Has this poem touched you? Share your story!
  • by Subhash Bansal
  • 1 week ago

Love is the true inspirational force. It motivates, encourages and strengthens the resolve to achieve the achievable. True love neither expects nor demands anything in lieu. It only believes in giving. If one can feel such love, life becomes livable. ~Subhash Bansal

  • by Sally Caldwell
  • 1 week ago

I've just read this, and every word sums up how I feel about my husband, David. He lifted us both up from dark places, and with him by my side we are finally home and together after 25 years apart.

Back to Top