Daniel Murphy

Rookie (Dublin)

Knowing Me Like You Do - Poem by Daniel Murphy

You've seen me at my worst,
You've seen me at my best.
You've seen the stages in between,
You've seen the bloody rest.

You've seen me when I'm cranky,
You've seen me when I'm bad.
You've seen me at my lowest,
You've seen me when I'm sad.

You've seen me when I'm happy,
You've seen me when I'm great.
You've seen me with a big smile,
You've seen me deep in faith.

You've seen me when I'm bored,
You've seen me when I'm lazy.
You've seen me act all idle,
You've seen me when I'm crazy.

You've seen me when I'm angry,
You've seen me when I'm hateful.
You've seen me at my maddest,
You've seen me act ungrateful.

You've seen me when I'm sober,
You've seen me when I'm drunk.
You've seen me when I'm clean,
You've seen me when I've stunk.

You've seen me when I'm chatty,
You've seen me when I'm quiet.
You've seen me more than any other,
C'mon, you can't deny it!

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Poem Edited: Sunday, February 13, 2011


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