I Require Nothing Of You - Poem by Noemi Lee
I require nothing of you.
Not because I love you,
It is easier to require much of myself
than to realize that
or will not
meet my needs.
I require nothing of you
Not because you are my dependable rock
but because I know
that if I did
I would be left standing on the street corner
I once heard someone say:
You are not responsible for my tomorrows.
Are you lucky?
or am I?
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