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You And I (standard:poetry, 86 words)
Author: Reid LaurenceAdded: Jun 12 2010Views/Reads: 1426/0Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
A measure of trust in every relationship... but what of that trust when it is broken?
 



I wake and I leave 

But cannot deceive 

Intent I have felt 

Has led me to weave 

A cloth that grows largely 

To cover my past 

It must hide the story 

Two rings may not last 

But yours was so fitting 

So clear and so true 

A splendid demeanor 

Reflection of you 

Please don't remove it 

Please keep it on 

A picture devotion 

Of you that lives on 

An art of life motion 

In time and all due 

Remember your person 

Did send me to you


   


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