Reagan A. Latumbo
Just Once - Poem by Reagan A. Latumbo
Can yo give me another chance
to show you how much I love you?
Will you allow me to take a glance
looking at your eyes then whisper the words I do?
I know you love someone.
And I am not your only one.
But, please, hear my lonely hear.
I don't want you and I will be apart.
We've been together for years.
Why letting go my love?
How many drops of tears?
Do you want me to have?
Just once, I'm begging you to give me a second chance.
Just once, I'm asking you to answer my plea.
Just once, I'm telling you that I am willing to change.
Just once, please love me back, I love and that's what I want you to see.
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