Read Poem: Loved One, by Harry J. Casseus

Genre: Love, Romance

 I put my heart in this
I didn’t want to start with this
The love has been in me instead of around me
And you’ve taken part in this
.
Pardon miss behavior you wouldn’t know how hard it gets
To love when love has been taken for granted and your only love is where the party is
.
Blessed down to your dress I’m star-struck in this cardigan.
I’ll die in your arms tonight and tomorrow be your guardian.
Protecting you from inadvertent mistakes and the harm you’re in.
You will discover sincerity in my eyes
Look whose arms you’re in
.
You’re a queen, Elizabeth, I adore you it’s all pleasant.
You’re more amazing than December 25th
I’m delighted in your presence.
You leave after tonight I wouldn’t bet it
Because I’ll lift that dress and go beneath you like a peasant.
Peace

 

 

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