My Secret - Poem by Anthony Watson
Secrets I have of this you are aware
It involves the feelings that I’m afraid to share
I sit and I ponder, should I say what I feel?
Would it change what we have, how will you deal?
Could you feel the same? If so would you tell?
Should I tell you I get lost when I look into your eyes?
Or how I feel at home by your side
My day can not start till your smile I see
For days when you’re gone I’m lost it seems
Knowing you will return is what helps me get trough
But I know that soon that will no longer be true
To others we both have promised our hearts and lives
These are vows we know we must both keep
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