Lines

Poem By Denver Fredericks

Today as the days before
I thought about you
And as I thought a smile broke
Pure innocent and true
More and more broader still
Just because of you.

You keep tugging at my heart
A warm relieving sigh
Light headed heart racing glow
In a muddle pretzel tie
But it does put things in perspective
A good feeling my oh my

Written words now engraved
I’ll take your offer and buy
Want to give up loneliness
Give up emptiness no more to cry
I’ll give all your questions answers
Never from now need to pry

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