Richard Wesley


New As Good Bye - Poem by Richard Wesley

As the moon shines upon you,
I have to say good bye.
As you are on your knees begging me
please, please, please.
I say allright an stay there on through the night.
Im glad i did not go i say,
as you are happy as i am so,
but love is you and you as me,
I shall not let you go.

Stars, Stars, Stars, of mine,
give them to you as you where mine,
Here i go on my way,
as im walking upon the midnight bay.
I say i love you an now i go.
I think of each other as if we where 2,
as if my heart's a star for you.
Goodnight, good bye for you o love,
I shall not go through a-day without you my love.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 14, 2005

Poem Edited: Thursday, April 14, 2005


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