Jeremy Williams

(11/11/1982 / Birmingham, England)

I Do Really Like You


I do really like you
Just want you to know
That us being together
Means more than I show
Not good with words
Keep feelings well hidden
In the short time together
I was completely smitten
I do really like you
Just want you to know
Might never have said it
Love being together
Shame I had to let go

Submitted: Sunday, July 03, 2005

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  • Joy Vanderhelm (11/13/2005 12:59:00 PM)

    I can relate. I wish I could read or hear such a sentiment from someone like you wrote in this poem. Well done. (Report) Reply

  • RoJa Mitchell (7/18/2005 5:57:00 PM)

    you know, those are the words i should've say to a special one, but i didn't..... hope you did/do tell the persone who you writte this for the way you feel... nice poem :) (Report) Reply

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