Leon Agnew


Cutie - Poem by Leon Agnew

To K.S.
Who has saved my life
On more than one occasion.

What's loving, but not obsessive?
What's mighty, but not agressive?
A riddle in two sentences
Always gets past my defenses.

You, my darling, only you,
Can turn our heads and bend our minds
And mold us into something new.

When uttered, my words are stale,
When written, the ink seems pale.
But when they truly come from thought
Then never shall my sweet words rot.

Whenever you have led me astray,
Never have you pushed me away,
But rather, with loving tenderness,
Brought me back to safely stay.
Oh, your goodness abounds!
From your sweetened smile,
To your heartfelt sounds.
God bless you, every day,
And I'll bless you, all the same
With my love, and with my care.
I promise cutie, I'll be there,
As long as I hold onto life,
In sadness, goodness, and in strife.

There's never been someone I knew,
Who's purer than the whitest dove,
Except for you, cutie, except for you.
Sometimes I am foolish
And sometimes I forget
And sometimes I am selfish,
Cruel, unforgiving, and stupid.
But you're still there, and
For that, I love you.
For that, I need you.
I love you surely as a friend,
I love you surely till the end.
I never wanna let you go,
I guess, because I love you so.
It's difficult for you and me,
But we'll make it, and you'll see
That all I need
Is for you to love me,
Cutie.


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 9, 2010



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