Ronald Chapman


Your Star - Poem by Ronald Chapman

If your star should ever fall,
I'll be there for you, to catch your tears,
And chase away your fears,

If your star should ever fall,
I'll be there to lift you up;
With the magic of a wink and a smile,

If your star should ever fall,
I'll be there standing by your side,
Holding on to you so tight.

Whenever you need me for anything, tell me where and when,
I'll be there,

If you need me for anything,
Tell me what you want,

I will do whatever it takes,
To light your star on fire and place it back in the sky,
For all to see.

Topic(s) of this poem: love and life

Form: Prose Poem


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 24, 2015



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