Marilyn White


I don’t know what to do with you now
That I felt your tender touch
You opened your heart to me and told me some things
I realized it all that I may have love you
More as friend and I should have acted on impulse
Along time ago and not now it is getting harder
To look at you more and more because I need you
But I want to talk to you really bad
But I don’t know what to say right
Now like as if someone would ask me
I am thinking that I can’t give them an answer
I know that is really difficult for me
To come to grasps with because I am facing
My two years anniversary with my love
And I have to say it is not bad but not good
I don’t know if it because of the secret I hold or
If it is because I don’t know anything at all
I miss you because you are not around
When I need you to be because I am a mess
You are the one that would understand

Submitted: Wednesday, January 03, 2007
Edited: Saturday, December 18, 2010
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