Alexander M. Sirnes

(March 13th 1990)

Understand Us (Love Poem)


I wake up at night,
And I sleep at day,
Might not seem right,
So here is what I say.

I have passion,
I have desire,
Love is a profession,
From which I'll never retire.

I seek happiness,
I seek reason,
Love so bottomless,
Falling deeper for every season.

I finally found her,
She's all I want and need,
I love her cause I need to,
This is where we succeed.

I won't back down,
I won't walk away,
I'll stand my ground,
There's nothing you can say.

Submitted: Saturday, February 04, 2012
Edited: Friday, August 15, 2014
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Topic(s): love


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To all of the people who can't respect long distance relationships.

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