Elizabeth Tyease Collins
All I Need - Poem by Elizabeth Tyease Collins
You're all I need
not another bystander to inhabit my vision
the only fresh breath of air
the only kisses the keep me on cloud nine.
You have so much to give,
so much to represent,
but no one would see except me.
This world could tear us apart,
but our love is our shield
the one thing that would bring the strongest
person to their knees.
We are strong
we live long,
are love prolongs till the end of time,
and I can never say that I've lived this horrid life alone,
just knowing simply that you are mine.
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