Donavon Plemons

You Should Know

You should know that you'll always have me
No matter how bad the world may look
When you turn to your side, there I'll be
You'll find this relation in most a book

The two people always side by side
Always in love, always together
One's there for one when one needs to hide
In the arms of the other forever and ever

When the fingers of our hands interlace
And we stand there looking eye into eye
And I see that beautiful smile on your face
I know I never want to say goodbye

When you run your fingers through my hair
As I lay next to you in the grass
I feel the strength and power of our love and care
I wonder why, oh why, can't this moment just last

I always wonder what for you I'd give
And I always come to the same end
I'd give the very life I live
For one last day with you to spend

Submitted: Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 17, 2013
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