Tim Rawson

Rookie (March 9,1960- / Weirton, West Virginia)

For Susan


You make me think about all the good
That life has set at my door
Not a day goes past that I dont say
I have got to talk to you more

You're more than just a voice to me
Your eyes I see them shine
That voice I hear when you say my name
Makes me quiver every single time

To feel your kiss upon my cheeks
To touch your golden hair
And have your love deep in my heart
I know I'll never go anywhere

The way I think when we are close
Is too much for me to say
I pray and thank the Lord above
For sending you my way

I know it's short and to the point
But I just want you to know
You already mean more than life to me
So don't change...and please never go!

Submitted: Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Edited: Tuesday, March 24, 2009

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Comments about this poem (For Susan by Tim Rawson )

  • Rookie Susan Beard (12/1/2011 11:55:00 AM)

    Babe, I read this poem along with the one u had made with our picture over and over it shows me how much more I love each passing day! You have a special gift in writing I hope and pray u find more time to do it more! ! I love u! ! Susan (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Susan Beard (3/28/2009 3:26:00 PM)

    Thank you from my heart! ! ! (Report) Reply

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