Frances Lugtu Poems
I'D Love You Today, I'D Love You Tomorrow
I'd love you today, I would love you tomorrow
'till death do us part, from sadness and from sorrow;
I'd keep you in my arms and hold you tight
and for our love I shall fight!
Love hurts, people say,
Like crap thrown away;
Unlike misery and sorrow,
never can forget 'till death it shall follow
Like a wound it breaks your heart you see?
To see your loved one depressed and lacking harmony,
Unlike them, who wish to desire
a bad wish, a bad touch, Revenge burning like fire
To fight for love
is to believe in what you see;
say thy name ...
Sorrow, think of sorrow
as if there's no more tomorrow;
think not of life
but only death
Think of not surviving
and only until your last breath
When will you start denying
When will you lie in your casket?