James McLain

Gold Star - 37,662 Points (1958 - / From Tampa Florida And Still Living Near By)

He And I And You - Poem by James McLain

Me, 'he I and you' Said;
Me being old again once young,
expressed why should i be in compliance with you
like the fire which;
when it is examined and hot it burns closed inside away,
it does not quake but yes;
assuredly and not to me and my song which i will do
and or wishes for yours are again.'
Playing which has; Me, 'he I and you' Said;
Me which i am to me being old,
is not the sorrow which is serious though it cools
never ceaselessly.
and ' where only sorrow hits but a little;
I me'he and I and you' Said'
being young, through it/it, went,
you gave it back, but - never i Wished and shouting like
the world was on fire,
it jumped over and ignited it again;
It in it's gray overcoat it falls and throws,
like the bride whom the gown
and again puts on
to give you/your innocence once again in you i found.


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Poem Submitted: Friday, February 12, 2010

Poem Edited: Friday, April 2, 2010


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