Edgar John Jackson

Rookie (25 de agosto de 1977 / Chitré - Herrera - Panamá)

Your Distance When You’re Near - Poem by Edgar John Jackson

Your distance when you’re near
Hurts more than saying good-bye
If God really makes it clear
He has to make me understand why
You have torn in two my heart…
My mended heart….
Your distance when you’re near
It’s full of lack and cold love as rain
It is a desert of tears and a river of pain.

Forget me until you can’t remember my name
Or love me and make me feel I’m your love flame
Walk away so far, but stay with me
Tell me, if I am somebody else or more than a friend if I can be
But the truth is you… don’t say it to me… or listen to me.

Your distance when you’re near…
It has much of me… but I have less of you
It has your essence but you’re not here
Your distance when you’re near
It has your life and I give mine to you
Your distance when you’re near
It has the distance that hurts me so deep
And makes me feel you as my sleep…

Give me up., in the deep of the universe
Or hold me; make me with your body write a verse
Go away, but walk near where I can see you
Speak to me, ‘Coz your voice makes be only for you
Because there’s no sanity if I’m not with you…

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  • (8/29/2007 7:25:00 PM)

    is very deep, the rythem is nice, (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, February 17, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, January 18, 2011

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