Bryan Stanley Johnson

(1933 - 1973)

For A Girl In A Book - Poem by Bryan Stanley Johnson

Kim, composite of all my loves,
less real than most, more real than all;
of my making, all the good and
some of the bad, yet of yourself;
sole, unique, strong, alone,
whole, independent, one: yet mine
in that you cannot be unfaithful.


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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 3, 2003



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