george albot


Sat Nav Poem by george albot


I will always see your face
And hear your voice
Someway or other
It doesn’t matter if you are in this country or not
There isn’t any distance
That will stop me from being in your heart
And you in mine

To walk in your shadow
As made me who I am
And if I am anything at all
It’s because of you
A man can only hold on
If someone hand is there to
Hold him

No matter what happens between us
You will always be mine

And try to remember
That happiness comes from being in love
And misery is not, being loved

Poem for you
In all the roads that I walk
And all the facers that I see
There will never be one ill love more
Than yours when it look back at me

I do love you
And yes, you are right’ it is mine,
Please tell me when the time will come
Again for are closeness

If you can still see my eyes when reading
This you’ll always be in love with me
XXX

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Submitted: Tuesday, July 2, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 24, 2013
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