I And Me And You Poem by Charles M Moore

I And Me And You

Rating: 4.6

I am the redeemer
I will search your soul
to look for all you've given
and seek for all you hold

I will give no quarter
no inkling shall you find
of weakness nor of favour
as I explore your mind

No sympathy nor anger
no pity and no shame
no laughter tears or empathy
no reason to explain

No humour nor no sorrow
no tenderness nor pain
I seek the true epitome
of all that you remain

I am everything you've seen
everything you knew
all that's out and in and been
I and me and you.

Patricia Gale 21 March 2006

Wow, is all I can say. I am me and you, lovely line Patricia

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Matshediso 11 March 2019

Go and search for a friend

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Howard Savage 03 January 2016

Power poem of Judgment day.

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Ann Beard 16 April 2008

This poem is my favourite. I can, t explain, it just feels so right. Regards Ann

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Brian Dorn 25 March 2007

Good stuff, Charles... brilliantly composed and stategically worded. A compelling read... well done! ! Brian

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David Gerardino 10 June 2006

no reason to explain, I LIKE THE WAY YOU WRITE

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Charles M Moore

Charles M Moore

Glasgow Scotland.
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