Pam Fraser

What Is It You Want You Need? - Poem by Pam Fraser

If you need me to talk too
or, even just give you a smile.
You know I am just a couple of miles away.

If you need me
to sit with you
for just a little while,
I ’ll be there all day or all night if I have too.
If I can I’ll try to make everything alright
I will lend my helping hand, and try to understand.

When you need
me to turn your emptiness
and sorrow Into a new tomorrow

If you need me to open my arms to wrap around
you and to hold you,
I can hold you tight.

That’s not a problem I can do that with all my might,
and try to make everything right.

I know for a personal experience.
Even though, You feel like dieing
Sometimes, if you try crying.
It sometimes helps your heart.
Please try it.
I promise you wont fall apart,
but in case you do
I would help you to put together it all back together again……

I am never far away.
If you feel weak
I hope you know
You have made me strong
So when things go wrong for you
I am here to make you strong too.

So when you need
me, just give a yell.
It’s not fun to go through
Hell alone if we can go through
It together.

Even though, if we feel it.
Knowing one of us would be there.
Because deep down I really do care.

What is it you want you need?

Comments about What Is It You Want You Need? by Pam Fraser

  • (10/13/2005 8:57:00 PM)

    Hey Pam..,
    ...Hmm, your poem is so lovely, so full of life. It's always a pleasure to read, things that you write. Thanks for sharing something so beautifully wrote.

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  • (10/13/2005 6:52:00 PM)

    dear pam
    i loved your poem so much the way you wrote it was so tender and honest
    realy will done
    with my respect
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 13, 2005

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