'Never' Promises - Poem by Arturo Vargas
If you were to take me back
I will forever never lie
no pain will be made, no fights will occur,
never again will your eyes fill with that dreadful liquid,
never will I come home in that digusting costume of a drunk,
never will I yell at you, or make you mad....
......oh how I wish to be able to make these promises...
these promises that you have waited for what seems all of life,
these promises that at which consequence teared us apart....
these promises I cannot keep,
but what can be kept is that I would give my life for one more kiss,
that I would give my soul for one more hug,
that no obstacle whatsoever will keep me from loving you,
that if you leave, my life is well over,
that if you leave, nothing will have its color,
blue is black and blue will turn red,
yellow will be purple and white will be dead
no more flowers will there be,
along with the birdies in the tree,
I would be of most dead,
but as long as that makes you.....happy....
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Dec 13th 2009
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