John Henry Gillin


If We Ever Fight - Poem by John Henry Gillin

Your my princess, a muse, a friends

I may not be perfect, I may not be rite
- All the time
Remember the things of three
Our dream, my wish and that kiss

If we fight remember the three
Our dream, our wish, our kiss
remember these three thing

It wont matter who's wrong or rite
it wont matter who started the fight
Please just remember our things of three

Kiss me, hug me so I know everything is all rite.


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 11, 2011



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