Lisa Cresswell Wilkinson
Gypsy. - Poem by Lisa Cresswell Wilkinson
I was not searching for answers
Curiosity brought me to you.
But I kept an open mind and my own point of view
Predicaments you told me
I did not understand
As I crossed your palm with silver
And you kindly took my hand
'Within six weeks' you said to me
'This man would come along'
I thought this was not possible
I thought that you were wrong
You said we'd already met before'
But the timing was not right
It was not meant to be back then
I had to find my sight
There was something else in my life right then
'But within six weeks' you said
'Id jump at the chance to be with this man
And we'd be together again
He was the one for me, you said
As you took my other hand
You read my life just like a book
And I saw this Promised Land.
You made me think and dream and hope
That you were true and I could cope
As time went by this all came true
Each spoken word that came from you
It took me aback
It all made sense
I fell for this man
It was so intense
'A tap on the shoulder' is how it would start
You were so right gypsy
He has stolen my heart!
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