Daniel Chapman

Rookie - 33 Points (AUG 04 1982 / DETROIT)

Mystery Girl (Part Ii) - Poem by Daniel Chapman

Am I lonely or just fooling myself
Could it be that these are the cards that I dealt
Where is that place that love is felt
I want that bit of fire that makes your heart melt
When will I have my chance to float on cloud nine
When will I find that one woman whose only mine
I’m always thinking about her for she stays on my mind
Looking for her on a daily basis, Yes this is my grind
I hear people talk of love unconditionally
I cant wait to find that love that’s meant for me
I scream out to her and all I hear is my echo
When I find her I will squeeze her and never let go
As sit in this far away land
With a pen and pad in my hand
Only thoughts of happiness, In the mist of sadness
This is my life and believe this is not how I planned it
I said I would be married by now and filthy rich
But my dream is over now so reality sets in
Fairy tales don’t always come true in this world of sin
But I wont give up until my time has come
I will continue to search until my heart is won

Daniel Chapman

Comments about Mystery Girl (Part Ii) by Daniel Chapman

  • (1/21/2007 8:31:00 AM)

    all you will ever need is love. Love and be loved in return. (Report)Reply

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  • (12/22/2006 5:16:00 PM)

    great verse daniel..... maybe your plans have grown up right along with you? ? now you want true love, rather than marriage and money? (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 14, 2006

Poem Edited: Thursday, December 9, 2010

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