Marie WardAlonge

Your Girl

To be your girl,
Baby, it would make my world.
To constantly feel your touch,
It would mean so much.
Because once is not enough,
To love you such.
Loving you through all seasons,
Yes, this is rhyme but baby, I need no reasons.

With you, I am at my best.
With sleep comes rest, just put me through the test.
Give me your heart and sat me apart.
For this, I shall remember.
I shall not depart.

Having you is my feat.
Meant to be successful and sweet,
Within reach-almost complete.
To have what others may take for granted.
To do what it takes without ranting and still stay enchanted.

I have more to give than less to take.
For passion runs through these veins,
Please do not forsake.

To be your girl,
Come join my world.
And let it remain real and sealed,

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Topic(s) of this poem: expression

Poem Submitted: Friday, October 2, 2009
Poem Edited: Wednesday, December 7, 2016

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