When Love, Is Abandoned - Poem by James McLain
When the eye of the storm it seems not to important,
and with some one else it he she does.
Abandon him your husband for he can not speak.
To you of the things like this, for you so easily that I do.
And there it is your love for me, the center of your all.
There is your love caught therebetween,
caught in the center of time standing still, hear my call.
All of your center is warm liquid filled,
like the ocean at play, when the tide like me, recedes.
Love wants to leave, then you will call, you may want me.
Call to me mainly when exactly the hour is high and near,
and then hear me deep moving love, I am yours.
Lock me out there in back and the front I will share.
Careless the smile that you have and the body it heaves.
Tell me never to leave,
and if and as for me, I whom never knew, that you cared.
It is not that he is important,
leaving him with some one else which his love, I abandoned.
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