Rusty (Ed) Gibson

Rookie - 273 Points (64 / WF Texas)

The Man I Want To Be - Poem by Rusty (Ed) Gibson

If I were to make a list
of all things that I want to be
I would start that list with what you want
and most likely kill a tree

The Man I Want to Be
is the one that catches your eye
The one that makes your heart race
every time that you walk by

The man I want to be
is the reason you hold your breath
Cause you had onions in your lunch
and have to pass by my desk

The Man I want to be
is the one you run to
Anytime that you are scared
or don’t know what to do

The Man I want to be
is the one that hung the moon
The one that makes you climb the walls
to try and get close to

The Man I want to be
is the one that holds your hair
Cause the tequila got the best of you
when you couldn’t back off of that dare

The Man I want to be
is the one that makes you want to primp
Check your make up in the mirror
and paint those beautiful lips

The Man I want to be
is the reason you want to come home
No matter what your doing
no matter if your alone

The Man I want to be
is the one you cant live without
The one that makes you want to scream
and let all your love out

The Man I want to be
is the one that means the most
The one that drives you wild
and makes you want to boast

The man I want to be
is the one that would die for you
that would lay down his own life
so you could make it through

The Man I want to be
is the one that loves you enough
To let you go and set you free
if you tell me your fed up

The Man I want to be
is the one that shakes your knees
Every time that I walk in the room
every time that I say please

The Man I want to be
is your man of steel
The one that you tell all your friends
is more than just unreal


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Poem Edited: Tuesday, September 14, 2010


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