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Camille Kleinm.

Rookie (birth: 19 08 1996 / Munich)

Mens Love...

Mens love is a creature unknown,
sometimes it is hidden and not shown,
sometimes it is kept under the floor,
sometimes it is hidden deep behind a door.

Sometimes they'll tell you,
and sometimes they wont,
sometimes they have it open
and sometimes they don't,
sometimes they'll whisper it into your ear,
sometimes so quiet that no one will hear,
Sometimes they'll say it first thing on a date,
and sometimes they'll say it almost too late...

Some men will kiss you and buy you some jewels,
while some men will show you through a hundert other tools, ...
Some men will think that a rose is enough,
while some men think that they should to buy a million dollar stuff!

Some women fight through many a long sleepless night,
wondering does he love me? Am I wrong or wright?

Sometimes for years one their love doesn't tell,
but suddenly when they are old and unwell,
the secrete comes out about how they loved you!
And sometimes it's so, that you loved them too!

Yet sometimes it is shown and quite openly too,
by simply saying: 'I love you! '

(copyright Camille Kleinman 2009)

Submitted: Wednesday, June 17, 2009
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  • Rookie Afzal Shauq (6/18/2009 11:15:00 AM)

    Some women fight through many a long sleepless night,
    wondering does he love me? Am I wrong or wright?
    what a true is up... making your poem interesting..the idea of poem is ich enough...10++++++++ (Report) Reply

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