Modupeola Williams


So Easy


It's so easy to love you
so easy to admire the things that you do
to look up to you
expect a certain standard
to forget that you too aren't perfect

When you are around all i see is your good side
I think i only see one side
Perhaps you are in a way all i ever wanted
Or a dream waiting to turn bad

It's so easy to love you
to look into your eyes
admire your beauty
Be charmed by all you do, how you smile.
So easy to fall for you smarts
dedication, talents, all the things you are good at
It's so easy to love you
to fall over and over again

Submitted: Saturday, April 12, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, July 02, 2008

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  • Rookie Katharine O'Neal (9/5/2008 11:30:00 PM)

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    such a sweet, happy poem! (nice for a change from everyone's bleak descriptions of the world.) the impression that it's a natural, almost dreamlike love/feeling are so well emphasized by the repetition of the line it's so easy to love you. this idealistic romantic poem so captures how i feel for a very talented, smart, charming young man that i can't help loving this poem. thank you
    ~Katharine (Report) Reply

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