King Midas

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A New Day Indeed - Poem by King Midas

I wasn't surprised when I woke up this morning
And my first day's thought was of you
Lately you're the only thing that makes me happy
I feel like something new

Sometimes I lay in bed at night
And I write out your name
Sometimes I think of all the memories we've shared
It's my favorite little game

When I look into the stars
I see nothing but your eyes
Your perfect smile staring back at me
Sometimes I'm mesmerized

I don't know what I would do without you
But I may have to figure that out one day
Either way I'll always love you
That's all that I can say

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Comments about A New Day Indeed by King Midas

  • (2/13/2007 8:24:00 PM)

    King or should I say J***** your name is safe with me. But I'm not here to talk about that I'm here to tell you that you have great talent. You seem love struck in this one. I mean you know how to make the words flow into the paper. As your ''Name'' says you are the king. You make poetry yours. You tame it so well that people should be frightened how far you will go. Whether or not its a career that you want or just a brillant hobby. I'll I can say is that poetry can either be full time or like a journal of your life not so much as what you did that day, but what you feel.
    Blessed to read your work,
    Goddess of words Izzy

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 8, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, January 11, 2011

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