La Tonya Davis

Rookie (02-16-1976)

Give Me - Poem by La Tonya Davis

Give me all you can give,
the love and joy you bring,
Give to me the melody of your voice
But don't give me materalistic things.

Give to me your sweetness,
the warmth of only you.
Give me what I dream of
give me your love as long as it is true.

Give me your all, your heart, mind and soul
give to me all of you, until we grow old.

Give to me your everything
all your love to be
I'll forever enjoy the love that you 'Give Me'

'January 13,2006'

Comments about Give Me by La Tonya Davis

  • (1/14/2006 12:54:00 AM)

    Dear La Tonya,

    I have recently found this forum to share with others of a similar ilk and am quite glad to have done so. Lately, going through a bad patch. Personally, I prefer heavier type verses but this is surely special. Don't know if you care for Cyndi Lauper at all but consider these lines:

    Sometimes I'm afraid of the dark
    I can't find the light in my heart
    I can see my hand pushing away
    hard as I can

    But if I was fearless
    I could be your wreckless friend
    and if I was helpless
    could be the one comes rushing in

    Sometimes I'm afraid when you go...
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  • (1/13/2006 7:22:00 PM)

    Be sure to understand
    how being given is grand
    it is a responsibility
    having, keeping, with sincerity

    A burden at times
    no riddle, no rhymes
    giving and getting
    allowing and letting

    hold it, keep it
    respect its ways
    be sure you want it
    for more than just a day...
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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 13, 2006

Poem Edited: Friday, January 13, 2006

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