Linda Harnett

Genie In A Bottle - Poem by Linda Harnett

For you I’d climb a mountain,
I’d grab the furthest star,
I’d walk from here to Timbuktu,
No distance is too far.

I’d drive all night, and longer,
For just a passing glance,
I’d camp in your back garden,
If I thought I had a chance.

I’d walk through coals and feel no pain,
If you were waiting there,
I’d find you in a crowded room,
Forgive me if I stare.

You know I’d heal your broken heart,
I’ll take away your pain,
Remember now, that warm embrace,
To make you smile again.

For you’re all I ever wanted,
I love you, heart and soul,
And I would gladly die for you,
Because you made me whole.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 21, 2004

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