Rachel Martin


I Wanna Be With You (Man And Woman Verison) - Poem by Rachel Martin

Man Version – ‘I wanna be with you’


I don’t need the pretty curls or the glamour lights. Just need a girl that will let me in and won’t fight and not afraid when I try to treat her right. Hold, cuddle, and kiss her at night. I don’t need sex to show you how I feel because I plan to give you a love that is too good to be real. I want you to be my princess and I am your knight. I’m trying to give u a whole new light, make you laugh and make your smile shine so right cause you are my inspiration to this pen. When I write and make our love take to new heights because the first time I met you my heart took fight. Because I never felt a love so true I wait patiently for when ours will glue so listen to these words when I say I wanna be with you.



Woman Version – ‘I wanna be with you’


I need a man who knows how to touch. Not just in the sexual way but in that love and caring typa way. A real M.A.N. not a boy! I need a man that can give me some good TLC. That’ll make me fall so deep in love with him. Just holding me in his arms so tight and warm. Tired of being played for something that I’m not. Treat me like a queen and you’d be my king. I wanna experience the joy that comes with the tears, the laughter after the pain. I wanna be with you every waking minute and when I’m not we’re not together, we are on the phone. Baby are you that typa man? Cause lately I’ve been thinking about it. My heart keeps telling me that I wanna be with you.

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Comments about I Wanna Be With You (Man And Woman Verison) by Rachel Martin

  • Natalya Mitchell (10/16/2008 8:00:00 PM)

    this one is very good and cool....thank you (Report)Reply

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  • Paolo Giuseppe MazzarelloPaolo Giuseppe Mazzarello (10/10/2008 12:42:00 PM)

    Very fine and original performance, a sort of duet. The woman version is better. (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 10, 2008



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