I Love You (In My Own Way) - Poem by Rose Rosado
Just to tell you,
About what I should do,
Is about saying these words,
That wouldn't stand out to the world.
From what you mean to me,
Is that something you have to see,
From what you have to know,
Now I'm going to let it go.
I pleasure you with my company,
I treat you well with satisfactory,
I would sing till you fall asleep,
Till you close your eyes, sleeping very deep.
So here it comes,
The words that will be done,
I don't like you,
But I love you.
I don't hate you,
I love you,
I think your the best,
What about the rest?
No, you are mine from now on,
There is no reason for you to be gone,
It's you and me forever,
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