Henry Brown

Rookie - 0 Points (31 July 1947 / Johannesburg South Africa)

Me You And Whoever - Poem by Henry Brown

EXAMPLE: You = Madalene- Me= Henry- Whoever= Shawn

Me and You had a meeting, where Whoever was discussed
Did we talk of or criticize Whoever-our interpretation is not much

Then Me and Whoever met where You was talked about
Did we talk about You, well only a little without a doubt

When You and Whoever met of course Me came up by chance
You said when Me did something, it was always with a song and a dance

The ideal is that You and Me would not discuss Whoever if they were not with us
And Whoever and You would never speak of Me or ever make a fuss

Of course Me and whoever would never talk of You
But in truth we all talk of one another and the little things we do

The moral of the story is very plain to see
Whoever could easily have been you and just have easily have been Me

So before You talk of Whoever, Me, You or anybody else
Make sure you have cleaned up at Your door and tidied up Your shelf

Remember even when You will blow it every now and then
God still loves you and will always be Your friend

Copyright 31st August 2004 Henry Brown

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Comments about Me You And Whoever by Henry Brown

  • Rookie - 0 Points Alf Hutchison (11/2/2009 3:43:00 PM)

    Henry this is such a fun piece with a very sound message... well done my friend... Alf (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, October 31, 2009

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