Circles - Poem by Daniel Adams
Lying together on your bed,
I'll place my hand tenderly on the back of your head.
I'll put my hand in yours, and my cheek on your cheek.
I know you love me; for your eyes they speak.
Cuddled together, our circle of Dan,
Always together, that's our plan.
In a circle, there is no end,
And in my breast, there's a heart you did mend.
For Dan you're that one that I dream of at night,
You're the one I'd back in a fight.
I'd stand and face the gallows, put myself infront of the knife,
Because you're the one Dan, for whom I'd give up my life.
Every little thing that I do,
I make sure it's good for me, and that it's good for you.
I hate walking away, I hate saying goodbye,
But when we do part, I have a tear in my eye.
So coming back on home to you,
I see my love, my love so true.
About you I proudly boast,
For Dan you're the one that I love the most.
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