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Wendell A. Brown

Rookie - 10 Points (22 May 1952 / Darby Pa (Greater Philadephia Area))

Questions


You wonder if I really listen,
If I really hear all the words you say
Or if I close my ears to you,
Letting my attention drift far away

You wonder if I'm true to you,
Or if someone else has captured my heart
For deep within where love does live,
You are its most treasured part

I love you more than can ever be measured,
So much more than one can ever see
I also retain every spoken word
Inside my heart that you ever speak to me

So, yes I always listen to you
To everything that your lips might say
And always will your love have my hearts ear
For by your side I shall always stay.

Submitted: Thursday, March 27, 2014
Edited: Thursday, March 27, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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Poet's Notes about The Poem

In the beginning of a relationship, sometimes questions are asked of one or the other involved for assurances that there will always be open communication in their relationship.

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