Saying She Loved Me

Poem By Randy McClave

The biggest lie ever told me
Was the one to make me happy,
To fill my soul with warmth and glee
Was the one to which I could not disagree.
It was the lie that was spoken by she
As I stood beside her, as I was her he,
The one to which I did happily agree
The one to which set my soul and my mind free.
Soon I would be joyously falling on one knee
Then unto her I would make a promise and a plea,
To my heart and my house I gave her the key
Joy was my absolute feeling, and decree.
When she needed help I gave her money
As she was my heart and also my honey
Now as I look back with tears I think how funny
It was only I, who made our lives sunny.
The lie was a promise, an oath and a guarantee
That happily forever with her I would lovingly be,
Finally my dreams and my wishes in her I could see;
The biggest lie, it was her saying that she loved me.

Randy L. McClave

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