stops along the journey
The romantic in you shines like a beacon of hope.
I love that you need another 15.Sweet stuff, that.Ditto Cheryl.
Yes tuning out the world for a few more minutes it greatNot dealing with the crap on ones plateBy adding an extra 15 minutes, no one can say you just move alongThat could sound all wrong...haha
Yes, another 15 minutes, please!
Now that's lovely! :o)
15 minutes? I guess that's better than being known as the two minute man and best yet that you're morning people that way you don't roll over and go to sleep.
The world can ALWAYS wait for 15 MORE minutes! OH YES!Love it.
nice! well done.
Very nice, Bryan! A perfect Sunday morning poem.
Brian, nice piece, really summed up a scene and sentiment beautifully here, in 160 characters or less, no less. Really nice, thanks
YAY for romance....on Sunday mornings, have a great one!
I'd take 15 minutes any ole day! *wink*
I love it !
Let's hear it for selfishness!ツ
Well, this is simply 160 characters of sweetness :)
selfish for love....wonderful
I imagined children at the door--they never want to wait! Good one, Brian.
I liked that! "6:30 &, @, 2,4,and 4. Just wondered what that would look like standing alone?
The little joys of Sunday Morning are without number...Cheryl's right. Lovely.
Sweet morning moments. Thanks for playing along with the Sunday 160.
very sweet indeed
yes - it's good to put first things first
This is the good stuff.
on sunday mornings, the world can wait. and it is sweet of you to say this ~ happy day ~
good thing the world doesn't have to wait for your poetry :)
When my love puts the world off like that, I count him as generous.
15 stands for minutes- I guess...Romantic Sunday morningBeautiful poem Brian--- SO beautiful indeed!
soft and lovely words for the early morning before all beckons
Brian, we often want to have that last few minutes. It is precious. Only the determined morning person can overcome.Hank
Excellent capturing of a hide-under-the-sheets moment.~poetrypastiche.blogspot.com
:) Thank you Brian.
Yes, for the love of 15 more minutes. You are a hopeless romantic and we reap the benefits by reading straight from your heart.
If only more people (men and women) learned to cherish those quiet moments instead of taking each other for granted.
Oh yes that line at the door, lol. LOVE this.
I love your love poems, never an off key note, always just pure love. This one is especially simple, direct and tender.
Beautiful Brian, thanks.
Loving and wonderful. The line forming at the door can indeed wait.
Yes! That's what I feel every morning when I hit the snooze button.....just a few more minutes to snuggle closer to you before the day starts. I love this! and you!!!
Sounds like "good" selfishness to me. ;-)
This made me smile... and I love your wife's comment. :)
yes. being alive to the momenthelps with time.
that is so sweet!
The world can wait. Sounds to me like "First Things First". GooooD!
What happened to taking the slow train? 15 minutes?!!
Hi Brian! You said a lot in a few words. As always. Thanks for keeping me on your faves list - even though I'm not much around lately. I always love to see your comments.
nice :)loved the picture :) :)
15 more is always a good thing.Have a great week, jj
I usually dislike it when numbers are used in substitute for words. But I felt like these in here represented minutes or number on the clock, as the narrator is glancing at the clock. A very sweet poem. :)
ugh you seem already too awake at 6.30 ...nobody should be awake at 6.30...I'd curse at the line at the door, I'm afraid and turn around. zzz
You never disappoint with these offerings. So many people do it, so few do it well. You do.
I think the use of numbers was good, an indication of saving previous seconds inside the fifteen minutes.
Ah yes, not enough time in the day... but the world can wait...
beautiful romantic gentle and sensual and loving and it's all Love bravo
Awwwww, there's always time for more snuggles and romance. :)
Mister Romance.. always. You brighten by day.
My first reaction: what a lucky woman.Then, I caught myself: she must be doing something right for you to want an extra 15.Both ways.
you really said a lot. i really like how you are able to create a mood so quickly and so real, the tension of the demands, the inclination to bolt out the door, yet it all gets started waylaid...
"First things First"Hi! Brian...Not as much as you just said, in 160 poetic words...I really like these lines:"the worldcan waitandanother fifteenmy love"Thanks, for sharing!deedee ;-D
From a one true romantic to another - I so recognize this.;)Bravo Brian.;)Now I am back from my trip, came home yesterday, so much to catch up on.;)xoxo
fantastic. sweet and tender.
Romantic and Fun,What a magical 160!
another fifteen minutes is good. I hope for another fifteen years at the least.
And those lines never seem to get much shorter!
Wonderful things can happen in 15 minutes. Beautiful. Your wife is a very lucky woman.
Of course another 15 won't make a difference to the world. But it will to you. So take them.Love this romance.
Criminy, Brian. Do other men hate you? LOL
You're such a romantic!
wow what a guy, you sure your a man lol? no wonder your wife luvs ya, you are pprobably one in a million hehhe..
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