When, I Am Loved - Poem by James McLain
When I am loved.
Do I say to you, love me, he loves me and with you in me.
Some one I know, that you loved.
Because you won't show me, two people love me.
Is it right that your love of the people,
when I am by he, just for me I am loved?
Escapes like the sun when by it my is, it is good?
I am by he that you knew, I am more by he loved.
Weather to exclude me, do not come, when loving me you must.
When moving the wind and loving me to I am just.
Feel me, it is light as the wings of a dove free and good,
you do not to be afraid I have not to be.
Then when you never did it, to say I am loved,
the other you knew is to be the person and that is the one for me.
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