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wanted your heart
wanted your mind
wanted your soul
I saw in your eyes

thought it was easy
not so hard
till the path we took
became tacky and barbed

with fire from
within side my mind
tangled our love

How could I be so blind
it wasn’t riches nor a fancy house
either was it a brand new blouse

It was just a home a shack in the woods
a place for our children to see nothing but good
I know I ran a very fast mile
at times couldn’t
Understand your smile

So many years such a short time
to many years my thoughts running wild
you were there every part of the way

Till I pushed you
to far away
not my intention
I held back my love
yet in my heart
I put you above

All the ways in my mixed up head
left you in fear feeling nothing but dread
for what I have done
I deserve to be dead

I do not blame you
for anything at all
I can only hope
You forgive me once more.


------
poetricky


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The following comments are for "I DO..."
by Zeus

When Smiling Becomes an Effort
The effort to smile
through all the pain...
requires an effort of understanding

( Posted by: awhippingflame [Member] On: December 10, 2015 )

understanding
very True your comment helps me Understand...
Thank you

( Posted by: Zeus [Member] On: December 17, 2015 )





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