You And Me - Poem by Adam Latham
Eternity contains therein
The essence of what might have been,
The words you would have said to me,
And I to you reciprocally
If sooner our two hearts had met,
And never friends but lovers set.
O' what a soul wrenched tragedy
Of you and him, not you and me.
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