Read this poem with no haste.
What would you do if I cried to you?
What would you do if I screamed?
What would you do if I hit your face?
What would you do if I died?
What would you do if I said go?
What would you do if I cared?
What would you do if I did embrace?
What would you do if I lied?
Crying and screaming
And hitting and dying
Saying and caring
Embracing and lying;
All may leave a medicinal taste.
I'm seeing it more as a song lyric than as a poem. The repeated openings of the first 8 lines don't hold enough interest to stand alone, but as a lyrical device it's OK. So that's my suggestion - sing it!
Actually, with a nice catchy chorus in there...
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