Edward Allan


Through It All - Poem by Edward Allan

I was young and you were too
when i just sat watching you
across the street and across the table
the girl i now cradle in my arms

rushing through the crowds to see you
antisipating taking you through
the ups and downs, i held your hand
together we planned our dreams out

we've been pushed around and coupled
we've been squeezed and mixed and shuffled
and we've been lying to ourselves
we've grown old and mild
long have gone the days your wild
we've grown up and further apart


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, September 11, 2005



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