Lauren B Called

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7-6-90 A Poets Love Letter Poem by Lauren B Called


Today you're just an image
that floats across my mind
in the sea of thoughts
beyond all reason and measure of time
I reach to you the only way I can now
this passage non existent to those
who think they see
they think they've closed all the exits
and totally blinded me
but I know your wave length
and it's there I meet you too
thoughts of me you let slip away
run into thoughts I'm thinking of you
the times I really needed you there
some way some how you've pulled me through
you know the ways
even across a wire
you didn't let me run into a dead end
sometimes I long to look into your eyes
and speak with you my gentle friend
don't get me wrong like my observers
who can only skim the surface you see
it's more than just a tug at my heart
that makes you so dear to me

Submitted: Friday, October 18, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 22, 2013
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