William Danner


You Know I Love You, How Could That Not Be True? - Poem by William Danner

You know I love you, how could that not be true?
And I know how you've struggled, not knowing what to do.
Through the trials, always thinking you've found the light,
not knowing or looking for what is your own blight.
what you've struggled with is no less,
But you must continue, with what you know is best.
Racing through columns, how easy to just let go.
To heal yourself, and into the darkness be thrown.
You know I love you, how could that not be true?
But I cannot let you, with what you long to do
For you are last on my list, much lass
Than others and for them what is best.
So I must hold on though I am blind
But how Have I lost what I once thought mine?
Young fool are you, holding on through,
What you know, despite your heart, to be untrue.
God bless.


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 7, 2011

Poem Edited: Monday, May 9, 2011


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