Lawrence S. Pertillar

Gold Star - 48,706 Points (February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Moody Moves - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar

You might remember,
When I stayed on my knees.
Praying for forgiveness...
And wishing desperately,
For love to keep.
And to openly surrender.
And I would be...
The one you would remember,
As the one!

You might remember,
When I promised to you...
I would be devoted,
And honest and true.
But you believed,
Somebody else could love you.
More than me.
And now you have allowed,
Your broken heart!

You've got to stop denying,
You and I are meant to be...
Lovers.
I'll be always beside you.

Why can't you stop denying,
You are lieing to yourself.
Not many like me,
Will accept your moody moves...
And stray away.

You might remember,
When I stayed on my knees.
Praying for forgiveness...
And wishing desperately,
For love to keep.
And to openly surrender.
And I would be...
The one you would remember,
As the one!

I am the one that will not run.
I am that one you should welcome.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 10, 2009



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