Glen Martin Fitch


WHAT I'M OFFERING YOU


First, my attention,
you will have my time,
my thoughts, my energy.
Soon all I'll seek
will be to meet
your unmet needs,
for I’m committed to your wants
before you speak.
Next I'll embrace your family
and your friends.
Your teams will be my teams.
Your schemes my schemes.
If I offend,
I vow I'll make amends.
My dream come true-
to see us live our dreams.
You'll have my ear.
Your secrets I will keep.
When asked
you'll have my feedback,
frank but kind.
You'll have my hand,
my lips
when you're inclined.
My body heat
will warm you when we sleep.
By day your back
I'll cover on the street.
At night your back
I'll cover with a sheet.

Submitted: Thursday, October 17, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 23, 2013

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