John Thorkild Ellison

Rookie - 113 Points (17/04/51 / Edinburgh)

An Apology To My Lover - Poem by John Thorkild Ellison

If looks could kill I'd soon be dead
Because of all the hurtful things I've said -
I know that I have treated you badly
But you're still the girl I loved so madly;
I'm really sorry for what I've done,
If this is a battle, then you have won -
I'm quite disgusted with the way I've been
And I don't blame you for calling me mean.
But what can I do to make amends?
I wish that we could still be friends,
Please, please forgive me, give me a chance
To turn the tables, ignite romance
Where everything seems dead and grey
Our love must shine another day!
I know I've got a bloody nerve,
You're much too good for me, I don't deserve
Your gentle ways, you're far too nice
And your love can lead me to Paradise.
Some men are born to break the rules
And some of them are bloody fools,
Please take me in your arms again,
I swear I'm not like other men,
Squeeze me forever, hold me tight,
Be my soul's solace in the dark midnight!


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 15, 2012



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