Jeanette Matthews

Rookie - 0 Points (April 12,1991 / Canton MS)

Surrender To Love - Poem by Jeanette Matthews

I surrender to love with my hands in the air
Because I have found someone who will truly be there
Love I am ready and willing to do as you say
I really don't care about the price I have to pay
All this time I have been running from love when I didn't have too
I just had to surrender and I would have been placed with someone like you
Thank you for being that someone that came my way
I truly thank you for bringing joy and love to my downful day
Silly of me thinking that I could not trust love
I don't know what I was thinking about, what I was thinking of
So I surrender to love so please don't make me regret
Because once again my heart is deeply, deeply attached
Here it goes I'm giving my all once again
I just pray that this one don't end like the last one end
So I place my flag from the top for a while
Because if love think so then I realll do deserve for to smile
This is it for me love I'm no longer fightning you
For now on I'm going to consider you within everything I do
For those who are fighting and running from love don't
Because love can help you eventhough you might say that it seem like it really won't
Surrender to love like I did and waych how you feel
You won't belive how those feeling could be so real

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  • (1/22/2009 12:28:00 PM)


    I loved this poem. You might not believe this but I loved all of your poems it seems as if you know how I feel and you know what to say about it. When I get on the computer I go straight to poem hunter to read some of your poems even when there's nothing new to read I read one of your old ones. This one right here just cut the cake. This one right here profound the signafinaces of the mind.I am truly blessed to have read upon your poems. Thank you, I truly thank you graciously. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Poem Edited: Thursday, August 20, 2009


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