Dominique Payne

(12-04-1986 / Brooklyn New York)

Here I Am


Here I am so look nomore
Life now will be prfect and not a boe
I'm your shoulder to lean on when your feeling down
I'm your ATM when you need to get out of town
I'm your ghetto girl when chicks get out of lie
I; m there whenevr you call and Im always on time
I'm the organizer when things are out of control
And when your feelings shy I step up to be bold
I pay the bills if tey get to high
I always tell the truth unless you want me to lie
I'm on your side even when you are wrong
And when the need arises I am very strong
Your search has come to an end just tell me the plan
You have to look no further because Here I Am

Submitted: Thursday, May 16, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 11, 2013

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Written at the age of 18 when, y first love cloud my thoughts....

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