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The bluest eyes Iíve ever seen
The way they see right through me
The way they understand my heart
Even from afar, to me, is what you are.

The sweetest dream Iíll ever know
My every shred of hope
The place I always want to be,
Thatís what you are to me.

The only thing that keeps me sane,
That calms my anxious brain
Never further than just a phone call
To me, is what you are.

The one I need in my life
Even if not close by
To love, and miss and seldom see
Thanks for what you are to me.

Jessica Fausnaugh

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The following comments are for "What You Are To Me"
by jfausnaugh

What You Are To Me
I didn't know if this was someone you loved from afar but they didn't know sort of thing, or an actual relationship but one of those long range things. I think it is about an actual relationship because they are only a phone call away. Either way I think it is a very well written poem and very sweet. I hope that he is the right one for you since you love him so much. Robert.

( Posted by: robnjop [Member] On: December 8, 2007 )

Who I Am
I am a mother, a daughter, a lover, a woman scorned, a woman loved and sometimes a woman loathed. And as a woman, where I stand changes from day to day and mood to mood. What I believe today, I may not believe tomorrow.
My lack of response to other peoples poetry is, I suppose do to my belief that poetry is from a persons heart and soul.Who am I to critique what comes from the depths of someone else's soul. I am only a woman.

( Posted by: jfausnaugh [Member] On: December 10, 2007 )

See, you know me already. I enjoy very much the fact that I have the ability to write the way that I do and the feedback that I recieve from other writers. It feels wonderful to know that people actually enjoy my writings. And, by the way, you are right, I AM sometimes afraid that people will think I'm "daft". Fear is my biggest motivator.

( Posted by: jfausnaugh [Member] On: December 11, 2007 )

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