Dream Train Iii – Would You Be Mine - Poem by Charles Wamuti
Like a single solitude white cloud against the vast azure sky,
All alone i am listening to my heart cry,
Of a loved one who in me is greatly dear,
But whether she loves me or loves me not is not so clear,
So sure i am i have fallen for her,
But how can i know if i am her shining star?
“Like a weak child inside a super steel cage,
‘Tis where you have me despite my age,
Will you not give me the key and let me out?
Or is it trusting your heart with me you doubt?
Give me a chance and you will never cry,
Together forever we will be and never shall i say goodbye.
On me what kind of charm have you used?
For every time i see you dear i am left confused,
Whether to tell you i love you and ask you to be mine,
Or just to hang on for you to wink me a sign,
Is it just a dream or are we really meant for each other?
Beautiful one what do you think; for to know i care and bother.
None else in the wide world except you do i desire,
He might see another but none like you can i compare,
Your unique suave style leaves me in great awe,
Your beautiful self leaves me just saying wow!
My lady i want you to me and i will be your man,
I love you so much, would you be mine hun?
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