Diamond Williams

Rookie (9/13/1992 / Galveston)

Like You - Poem by Diamond Williams

somebody please tell me,
I have to know,
what woman in her right mind,
would let you go,
I'd say she had to be sick,
or maybe even mentally ill,
for a man like you,
I would be ready to kill,
There's not a cell in my brain,
that doesn't respond to you,
your mind, body, and soul is beautiful,
Thats why i love you,
Theres not that many like you,
your kind is deceased,
so im boarding the first train,
to love and peace,
And of course you're that stop,
so theres no room for no one else,
just continue to make me happy,
because I can do bad all by myself. Dedicated to: Kyundre

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 18, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, January 11, 2012

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