yenesis polanco

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If I, Would You - Poem by yenesis polanco

if i give you
what is most treasurable
to me
will you promise you will never let go
that you will treasure
my love eternaly
and swear to me
we are ment to be
credencing that you shall not speak
words not worthy
for me to hear
that truthfulness is all coming
out your mouth
because you are not here
to cause grievance to my heart and soul
all i desire is to have you close
and that you open a part of you
for mr to hold
so that we both
share something so meaningful
something that we can call our
true and endless love


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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 18, 2009



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