Mamie Free

Rookie (May 10,1978 / Greenville, Sinoe Country, Liberia.)

You &. I - Poem by Mamie Free

Let get married and say our wedding vows.
It’s been a long time, years have come and passed.
When people get cold, we grow hotter and go on topping.
Let have our baby girl, boy or twins.
You &. I
Imaging us. We‘ve cross the mighty sea.
What else, can stop us? There is no, valley below
That depth we can not stepped? No mountain, that height
We can not touch.
When it is you &. I, I have it all. Without you my world seem
Crashing like a blasted tower. You &. I, together, let me touch,
Hold, till I can feel you. Till our blood streams connect and our
Hearts merges one beat. Believe we can.
You &. I

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, October 5, 2008

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