nicole Davis

Rookie (october 30,1989)

What You Do For Me - Poem by nicole Davis

How do you just know what to say
To make my blues go away
Or how to act when I’m upset
Even though we haven’t just meet

How am I suppose to show
How I feel and so you know
How am I suppose to act
Around you so that it’s fact

The longer I am with you
You change in every way
The way you act and care about me
And the little things you say

Your chancing right before my eyes
Yet you’re the one everyone tells me to despise
Don’t get me wrong I like the new you
But is this really what you want to do

Do you really want to be with me
Or are you just playing with me
How can you just know, what will happen later on after school
That we will always be together, forever me and you

You know for sure that we will be
But it’s really kind of weird for me
I like the fact that you think like that
And you always have me to care for you when you get back

Please don’t get upset with me if I start to think this way
Because I will always love you no matter what you say
You’re the reason I feel weak or happy when I am sad
Or make me smile and think of you and then forget the bad

You made me open up my heart and learn to let love live
You made me want to be with you no matter what you did
You made my life a lot better, and for that I thank you
And right now I’m really glad that I’m the one that gets to date you.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 4, 2006



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