Randy McClave

Veteran Poet - 1,253 Points (Ashland, Kentucky)

Ann - Poem by Randy McClave

She and I met so very long ago
When times were different and very slow
She had caught my heart which I won't deny
Oh how I do wish, I had let her inside.
I remember her smile as the noon day sun
When her life was beginning and mine had begun
Together we were one but that was my thought
As that arrow from cupid she had never caught.
Would I had fought for her love I know that I would
Would I had lived for her now I wish that I could
She says that I shouldn’t but I say that I can
Oh how I need and want, my precious Ann.

In my mind I reach with a quivering hand
Though to her and then to all to make my stand
But then came reality and she was not there
So I close my mind sadly, to GOD I said a prayer.
I turn back the pages of the loves of my life
I see girlfriends and lovers and even a wife
But one of those pages was intentionally left blank
Was it from a love whose emotions I had not drank.
I now reach out to hold her from my abyss
But will she step away from my hands and my lips
Again I will reach for that woman, as I to be her man
Oh how I need and want, my precious Ann.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Poem Edited: Tuesday, January 31, 2012


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