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Loving You, Loving Me

Poetry By: robertkaban

A little thing I wrote for my girlfriend at the time.

Submitted:Apr 7, 2012    Reads: 5    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   

I am may always be the pawn, but she'll always be more than my queen

She shines with a radience that only by mine eye is seen

And though everyone thinks him always cheerful and friendly, you'd have to look in his eyes when his guard is down

in his eyes all the pain and sorrow he's been through, hidden beneath those green eyes with a tint of brown

She hopefully knows that I'd cross that bridge If the chance remains,

Even if it means being licked by the tongues of flames

I used to be a cobbler living in the streets, avoiding all social contact with others, especially since those that scorn, their own streets I mend

Knowing already that they'd never stoop down to compassion, for they live beneath a mask of pride. I never dreamed of seeing care they'd lend

Until I ran into those conflicting emotions since I first saw you that you began to send

Watching you never lose your temper, always being fair and just, taking the good and bad and making them blend

Now I'm one of those twinkling shooting stars, flying with my angel

Across this uncharted ocean I'd row

Just to reach this love that you unwittingly sew

Lest you deem me worse than truth can show

Playing my songs is the way I cope with life

Listening to songs take away all my strife

When Together, you show me a tangible sense of heaven, apart I'm crisping in hell

Even then I'll be able to hear when you call, hearing your voice clearer than a polished bell

I'd never willingly let rain fall into your life, I'd never tell you a single lie,

I'd never leave you behind, I'd never give an excuse to cry

I'd be the brightest star 'neath the sky to light your way back on the darkest night

You're so hot that I'll never be able to compare. If anyone ever gives you trouble, tell me and I'll smash their face

Your so beautiful, that I don't know why you'd try to impress me with lies. You don't need any makeup, nor any lace

I look upon her as a noble gift, a flawless diamond surrendered to me from the heavens, all of what I could ever need,

All that is left is to plant love's young, budding and vibrant seed

Maybe I'm lonely, and that's all I'm qualified to be,

Maybe I'm just looking for friendship, and a sense of belonging, who knows? We'll have to wait and see

Maybe I'm crazy, and maybe half out of my mind

But no lack of compassion from me will you find

every time I look at the moon, I see your face within it's radience and I contemplate about what it'd be like to kiss those ruby lips

And that is just the iceburg's tips

I would search thru midnight's inky darkness To see your face

Forever means nothing To live without you, I'm just a lonely bystander in love's and time's race

But one thing is for sure, there's no denying these feelings I have when I hear your name, and I just have to think about how lucky I am to have you

And I believe that you're a fallen angel, and I'd help you regain your wings, so that we may fly off into the sunset, together… all I say is true


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