Micheal Valencia

Rookie (The Twentieth of June, Nineteen Hundred and Eighty Nine / A Suburb of Los Angeles)

'A Simple Poem About Caring' - Poem by Micheal Valencia

Just in case

The night were
to fall

I will bring you
a light

So you can see
in the darkness.

Just in case

The sun were
to rise

I will bring you
an umbrella

So the rays wont
burn your face.

Just in case

The rain were
to come

I will bring you
a coat

So you wont catch
a cold.

Just in case

The world,
in its normal,
unpredictable way,
were to go on

I will bring myself
to you

So you are always
safe.


Comments about 'A Simple Poem About Caring' by Micheal Valencia

  • Rookie Jorge David Baide Hernandez (5/2/2008 8:41:00 PM)

    Man I didnt liked this poem at first but the ending did it for me (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 2, 2008



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