charles kuehnle


Complete


You’re complete with the one
You’re in love with
As long has your with them
And everything is great
Why would you need children?
To make it complete
Lots of people can’t have
Children and there lives are Complete
Most people get together
For love only and not just to have children
What is the point of two people?
Getting together and having children?
And then finding out they don’t get
Along at all then there would be
A child with out his dad or mom
And that’s not true love
The world is messed up because
There are too many people
Having children with the wrong
Person and those kids grow up
With out the guidance from the
Parent that’s missing
Don’t do this make sure it’s the right
Person for you then plan
The children you’re going to have with them.

Submitted: Wednesday, November 19, 2003
Edited: Friday, March 12, 2010

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