Edward Allan

If You Didnt Want To Go - Poem by Edward Allan

If you didnt want to go
why did you?
if you wanted to stay
why didn't you?
tell me, i could of changed, i could of worked it out, we could of worked it out
things wernt so bad as they seemed
everybody has these things to overcome
a little work to make it happen was all we needed to patch things up to make us better and we would last
this message on your answerphone is the 5th one im leaving probably wont be the last unless you talk to me
this is the 6th letter im writting asking for you to come home, i odnt think we're good alone, we're a team, me and you, you help me through those times, i like to think i help you so come bacK

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 5, 2005

Poem Edited: Monday, May 10, 2010

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