You Do; What You Do - Poem by Cash Onadele
(a gift to a friend, passing through)
When I have given all of me, my body quakes,
What else can I do; if I make mistakes?
Like the sun, up above, would you love me the same?
The rest is up to you,
You do; what you do
Poet's Notes about The Poem
Lyric Poem: “ a prodigious heart quakes for affection, in the ocean of life”
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CHAPTER THIRTY SEVEN
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