Serena Constance Grobler


I Could Have You - Poem by Serena Constance Grobler

'My princess
Far out of reach
As you kiss
I lose my speech
I kneel down
Could fill your bed
Then you frown
I lost my head'

'You? Be mine?
Never a chance
Don’t have time
For this romance
Can’t stop now
Too much to do
Don’t ask how
Won’t be true'

Overcome by this funny feeling
Just cant stop my head from reeling
If I could have you
For just one day
I’d never be blue
Could make us stay
Overcome by this funny feeling
Can’t understand how we dealing

'Come closer
I know its there
I’ve chosen
I know you care
Why back down
Why run away
I’m your clown
Want you to stay'

'No questions
I can’t give you
Explanations
You I want too
This cant be
I feel for you
This aint me
I feel untrue'

Overcome by this funny feeling
Just cant stop my head from reeling
If I could have you
For just one day
I’d never be blue
Could make us stay
Overcome by this funny feeling
Can’t understand how I’m dealing

'My princess
So close to reach
As you kiss
I lose my speech
I kneel down
I fill your bed
Stop that frown
Your feelings are not dead'

'You are mine
There is a chance
Now’s the time
For this romance
Must stop now
No more to do
I know now
I cant live without you'

Overcome by this funny feeling
Just cant stop my head from reeling
If I could have you
For just one day
I’d never be blue
Could make us stay
Overcome by this funny feeling
Can’t understand how I’m dealing


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 1, 2010



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