Poetry From The Weakened Soul
Author: Neil Evans

Chapter 23
I Can Say You're Mine

Are you afraid of them?
Scared of their judging eyes
Are you just like me?
Wishing someone would just
Give you another chance

And if I love you like a real man should
Then, would you, could you love me back?
Because, I just know that
You could have almost anyone
And it's just so strange to me

At the end of every long day
You're somehow, some way
Sitting here right next to me
And I just need you to know
That means the world to me

Whenever I close my eyes
I can see your pretty face
When I take a deep breath
Thoughts of you are just
Flooding into my mind

And whenever I talk to you
My stomach moves
I feel like I'm gonna feint
And I just love the way
I know that I
Can always say you're mine

 

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