You And Me
Author: Binh T Ngo
When I look at you-
Way back there behind all your friends,
Holding that t-shirt while your head bends,
Our days keep rushing through my mind.
When I look for you-
Standing with your hair braided pony-tail
And swim-suit in shorts, gave me a gale,
I know with whom I'm much in-love with.
When I look at you-
Those warm, gentle smiles on your sides,
That soft look in your very own eyes,
I want my years be spent with you!
When I look onto you-
How your legs are crossed, on that swing
And your gestures caused my heart sings,
I know so, how you too love me.
When I look with you-
Sitting among others at their great time,
Seeing how things come to be rhymed,
I thank for our patience in the longing days.
When I look in you-
How your hair runs passed your shoulder,
How we'll be there when we grow older.
I said all I ever wanted is you!
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Enchantress (184.108.40.206) -- Monday, August 4 2003, 10:42 pm|
I loved this poem so much, it almost made melt in my chair. It so romantic and sweet, so beautiful and tender, so warm and free! Beautiful Work!
|kitkatrina (220.127.116.11) -- Monday, August 11 2003, 05:54 am|
I agree, i was melting...That was so flipping cute...good job...i love the last line..."I said all I ever wanted is you!" BEAUTIFUL...
|Theresa (18.104.22.168) -- Monday, January 26 2004, 03:21 am|
It so sweet i hope the girl/guy is very proud to be in your arms, i would:)
|tri tran (22.214.171.124) -- Tuesday, May 25 2004, 11:38 pm|
you have a rhythm in this poem
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