Gordon David

Rookie (1st September 1959 / Edinburgh)

Pleading Love - Poem by Gordon David

Brothers, don't read me, and I won't read you.
If I trust you will you try and trust me
I've nothing to tell you
Don't pry, don't cry

Sisters, don't leave me, and I won't leave you
I read for you, but you didn't read me
I wish I could ask you
Just why? Oh why?

Friends learn how to walk, before you try to run
I tried to crawl, and now I'm nearly done
And now I beg of you
Don't cry, don't cry

Brothers please stay, Don't go away
Sisters don't go, please stay home
Friends do visit me, I feel so alone
I won't cry, I don't cry.......


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Poem Submitted: Friday, September 12, 2008



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