I Want You - Poem by Lara wolf
want you like a bird wants to fly
i want you like the moon wants the sea
i need you like a life needs happiness
i need you like a person needs oxegen
i love you like the moon loves the stars,
a bird loves the sky,
a dog loves it's master,
like an artist loves to paint,
a writter loves to write
and a philospher loves to think.
without you i am-
an artist without paint
a writter without pen and paper
a philospher without a brain.
without you i am
the sky without the stars
the oceans without the waves
the air without the oxegen
and a girl without her smile
but without me You are-
without me u can play guitar all day.
without me u can smoke.
without me u dnt worry.
without me u dnt cry.
without me u can smile.
without me i think u just might be happy- and all i ever wanted u to be was happy-
and a bird would never hurt the sky
a dog would never bite its master
the moon will never hate the stars and never starve the ocean of its waves.
and you know i need you because i love you
still because i love you ill set u free
though u promise youll come back i cant believe ur words the only thing i can trust the only thing i can believe is ur heart and it no longer beats in my ears at night it no longer sings i love you...............I Love You....................I LOVE YOU.
it Crys- STAY AWAY.........Stay Away...........stay away......... it so hard to listen to that it has-
ran my eyes dry
turned my fist red
and silenced all the songs my heart can sing.
and i dnt think u care about me more than a little kid cares about a goldfish.
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