Robert Edgar Burns
With You - Poem by Robert Edgar Burns
With my life’s blood
I'd script in your name
Across the sprawling sky.
Wishing I had what it took
To be caught within in your eye!
If I could make your heart race
Like mine pounds in my chest,
At just the sight of you appearing
Over a hill, rise, or crest.
The happiest man alive I’d be,
Especially when we’d kiss.
I’d hope that when you think of me,
You’d be filled with as much bliss.
I'd never want for anything,
If you'd come be by my side.
For you do make my spirit sing.
With you, I’d be alive!
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