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Gregory PierreJerome


But Why


Why do I seek the impossible, Why do I love the most beautiful
Why am I shy and scared of the inevitable.
I love you, I admire you, I want you
Today I request the love of a Queen
Tomorrow the love of such queen will set me free
Deep in the universe we conquer all
But why, but why, but why! All I ask for is for us to share a life
Why would not you want to be my wife
You are over there, I am just here
Now I feel lots of fear; why cannot the sky be clear
In my dreams we share a family
together we plant for the great harvest
A family that prays together stays together
As we live everyday things get better, In Jesus name we live happily
Oh yes, you are the best!
Why am I dreaming for luck, why do I sound lonely and confused
The bullet came, why did I not duck; Well now I am dull
May I stay and cry; I wished you cared
But why such trance, why such lost
But why, but why, but why!

Submitted: Tuesday, June 01, 2010

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  • Rookie - 35 Points Nivedita Bagchi SPC UK (6/18/2010 2:07:00 AM)

    Honestly speaking a cry from heart poem… ‘In Jesus name we live happily
    Oh yes, you are the best! ’ very very touchy lines…please contemplate and keep faith on Lord Jesus …you’ll find Joy…and get the coveted thing… poem with a yearning Thanks Poet
    Ms. Nivedita
    UK
    10/10 (Report) Reply

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