Dechen Doma Sherpa
I do Love You
If I say I love You, will you pity my yearning soul?
Look whats beyond my trembling lips and see my beating heart?
I wonder if you find me silly with hormones of hasty hungry heat.
Or laugh at my adoration of a human god admonishing my hopeless farce?
If I say I love You, will you hold me close and say You Love me too?
Give me the honor to call you mine, to share your silences and dreams?
I know not what love is, but give me a chance to learn it with you.
I am a soul baring on to you, hoping that You Love me too.
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