Togetherness - Poem by Jason Summers
When I met you I thought you were nice,
Now that I know you I feel it twice.
I care for you deeply, I hope to understand,
That your wait will be welcomed with great open hands.
I know I am struggling and that's never new
For someone who cares much less than you do.
The times we spent were good times at that,
And the better times, well, 'you dirty rat.'
I thank you for the good talks we had,
'You shouldn't be with her, she's playing you man! '
For all the advice that I've heard you say
I'm taking the most important in, to this day.
It's not, 'just leave her' or 'will you be there? '
But, 'do you love me and do you care? '
Yes I do, and the feelings are strong,
Be with me and we will live long.
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