Kenneth Davis

Rookie (September 4,1987-Present / Newport News, VA)

Can I Be That Man - Poem by Kenneth Davis

Can I Be That Man by Kenny Davis

Can I be that man?
The man who makes you laugh
Who makes you feel whole or complete
When you feel less than half

Can I be that man?
A man, for you, beyond the sheets
Whose presence excites you and love delights you
Whose kiss makes your knees weak

Can I be that man?
The man that makes you smile
Who makes your sun shine through the rain
Even if just for a while

Can I be that man?
The man that holds your heart
Who intends to mend and defend
Where others have pulled it apart

Can I be that man?
That man different from the rest
Who gives you more of himself than you expect
Always giving you way beyond his best

Can I be than man?
The man that serves as a breath of fresh air
Where all you would do is wake up in the morning
And he will be honored to take it from there

Can I be that man?
Better than those of the past
A man to show you what a good one feels like
A love from the heart that is meant to last

Can I be that man?
Your angel from heaven on this earth
A man who knows how
To love and honor your worth

Can I be that man?
The legendary "man of your dreams"
For when you chose to give up on love
He restores your faith to believe

Can I be that man?
A knight in shining armor at your defense
Who is more than willing to give you the world
At little to hardly no expense

Can I be that man?
The man by your side
Who allows you to feel no one will hurt you
Whenever you look into his eyes

Can I be that man?
That meant for you by God's design
A man that is honored by you
A man to make you glad to say, "He's mine! "

For the one who jumps when you jump
Holding hand in hand
I ask you one time more
"Can I be that man? "

© August 2011 k.davis


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 6, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, May 29, 2012


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