Michael McParland


You Love Me


I know you love me like I love you.
Yet you keep us apart.
Now what am I to do?
I want no other,
they cannot suffice they'll never do.
You're my biggest vice.

You love me.
So why not roll the dice?
Do you fear I'll break your heart?
Why with you would I want to part?
In your hand you hold my heart.
Please be gentle and do not hamper.

I think you love me too, just as I do you.
Please put your fears aside and do not hide.
Be with me and together we will be strong.
Without you the days and nights stretch so long.

Please be mine and I'll be true.
Life has no meaning without you.

Submitted: Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, October 08, 2014

Topic(s): love


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