Love Of That Kind - Poem by Max Dunlap
Without me, you're fine,
I have seen you move on.
For me, being without you,
It seems all else is gone.
You occupy my every thought,
I don't want them to leave.
If only you would say yes,
True love, we would achieve.
I hear music playing,
Songs that seem so clear.
To me, they are about us,
Holding each other near.
I can only write about you,
No one else is so gorgeous.
I don't see how else God intended,
No one else together but us.
I miss you so much, as you can see.
Those words I said, pay no mind.
They were stupid, I now know,
Now I'll never find love of that kind.
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