JAMES T. ADAIR


Do You Think Of Me


Have I hurt you
I wish to know
Because only care was to be my part

Have I let you down
I wish to understand
because I meant to softly caress your heart

Have I been unkind
I wish to realize
because someone like you is hard to find

Always
Softly
You stay upon my mind

Have I been cruel
Tell me
I'd rather be labeled a fool

Have I wasted your time
Add it up
I'll give you twice of mine

Have I not been a friend
how, tell me
I have more to lend

I never wished
never wished
for it to end

Is there reason for your silence
Please say
I feel it sting like violence

Is it something of me
let me know
That part of me I'll set free

Is it something unsaid
Implore me
I'll put it to bed

My heart beats for you
and wishes
someday we'll be near

But today I hear water dripping to a spoon
And the lonely ticking of the clock
My senses are attuned
But all I feel inside feels empty
except the thought of you
Do you think of me?
Do you feel me too?

Submitted: Saturday, June 27, 2009

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