Sara Bergamini

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About you and me Poem by Sara Bergamini


When you say hi you make me feel alright
Because when I'm with you I feel I have nothing to hide
When you look at me I see your soul
I can see the blue eyes under the warm sky

Because you are the only one that cares for me
The only one that saw the real me
Because I can put on a fake smile
But only you can see what lies behind
Only you can see the true colors of my life

You don't know how you make me feel
Its something words can't express and tears won't heal
It more than love, its stronger then hate, its more powerful then time, its more than you can see, because we are talking about you and me

If we would show how we feel
We could move mountains
And make poor children heal
Because we are talking about baby you and me.

Submitted: Wednesday, November 02, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, November 02, 2011

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Comments about this poem (About you and me by Sara Bergamini )

  • Rookie Sarah Muna (11/2/2011 5:02:00 AM)

    Thanks=)) (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Pari Dharawat (11/2/2011 4:57:00 AM)

    hey real nice poem, I read it twice and it sounded nice :)

    though i feel last line could use 'me' as compared to 'I'

    Because we are talking about baby you and 'I'.

    in all it is nice (Report) Reply

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