To My Love


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    To My Love

    I wish I could say 'i love you',
    But it's not what you want to hear.
    How can I just shake your hand
    When I want to hold you so near.
    I could change the world for you.
    I would change my life for you.
    I would sell my soul for you,
    But it's not what you want to hear.

    I wish that I could thrill you the
    Way that you cn thrill me.
    I wish I had your love to hold
    And be yours for all eternity.
    But the wall you've built around yourself
    Seems impossible to climb.
    Why can't I reach you, my love?
    Make you mine! Make you mine!

    I know that you feel so unwanted
    And you think you're all alone,
    But I am always here for you,
    And will be till my life is done.
    Just stop and think what your life can be.
    Open your eyes and what do you see!?
    A friend who can set you free
    And thinks you're second to none.

    Break down that wall for me,
    And take me in your arms.
    Open your eyes and see me,
    A fool for all your charms.
    Let me tell you how I feel.
    Let me show you I am real.
    Want my love and need my love
    And keep me safe and warm.

    Put your arms around me, love,
    And hold me to you, dear.
    Keep me free from harm, my love,
    By keeping me so near.
    Darling, you're my life, my love.
    Please listen to what I say, my love.
    I wish I could say 'I love you',
    But it's not what you want to hear.

    Travel life's long journey and,
    While on your way you wend,
    Stop and think how much better
    It is to travel with a friend.
    Think hard at what I say to you.
    Know in your heart that I am true.
    Come, my love, and take my hand
    Now's all we have to spend.

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    castlemist commented on To My Love


    painful, but pretty...I hope you get him. Jerry

    Poetry comes nearer to vital truth than history.

    Plato (BC 427-BC 347) Greek philosopher.

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