Sylvia Loven Carter
'How Can I' - Poem by Sylvia Loven Carter
You're lost again
How, How may I help you?
can I help?
How can I make you see
you are worth diamonds
Where were you when you needed me?
I was there as always.................................
How can I put you aside and go on with me without you,
getting lost again?
How can I help you be?
keep still don't move, snakes are all around, move when I move when it's your turn I'll move when you move,
How can I make you see we are one together
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