Lawrence S. Pertillar

Gold Star - 13,963 Points (February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Starting Monday And Through Sunday - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar

I will love you like I love to have you,
In my dreams.
And I will love you like I love to have you,
As it seems...
My love is like your habit.
And from me you'll always have it.

I will love you like I love to have you,
In my dreams.
And I will love you like I love to have you,
As it seems...
My love is like your habit.
And from me you'll always have it.

Starting Monday and through Sunday,
You can bet you'll always have it.
And I'll never leave you needy,
'Cuz I'll be your only habit.
You will never want another lover,
Since there is no other...
Who will do you like I do.

And...
Starting Monday and through Sunday,
You can bet you'll always have it.
And I'll never leave you needy,
'Cuz I'll be your only habit.
You will never want another lover,
Since there is no other...
Who will do you like I do,
To satisfy you with this pursued.

Oh...
I will love you like I love to have you,
In my dreams.
And I will love you like I love to have you,
As it seems...
Starting Monday and through Sunday,
You can bet you'll always have it.
And I'll never leave you needy,
'Cuz I'll be your only habit.
Since there is no other...
To satisfy you with this pursued.

Starting Monday and through Sunday,
I will keep my loving you pursued.
Yes.
And starting Monday and through Sunday,
There is nothing better I wish to do.
Oh,
And Starting Monday and through Sunday,
I will keep my loving you pursued.
Yes.
Starting Monday and through Sunday,
There is nothing better I wish to do.

I will love you like I love to have you,
In my dreams.
And I will love you like I love to have you,
As it seems...
My love is like your habit.
And from me you'll always have it.
Yes from me you'll always have it.
You will always have it,
And from me.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 25, 2013

Poem Edited: Thursday, July 25, 2013


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