Waiting Paitently - Poem by joe foster
be out in a minute she says,
my cars on E,
trying to make this date work,
hoping god can help me.
ten dollars in my pocket,
stretching every dollar,
wondering if shes gonna like her new locket.
a ten dollar date and a locket,
the only way we know,
spending love for happiness,
wanting her to know how shes worth it,
they say moments last forever,
but love still stays around after.
giving to receive,
realizing shes worth the wait,
ten dollars and a locket,
if your hearts right,
its worth more than a billion dollars in your pockets.
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