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Desperate Reconciliation

Updated on November 5, 2017
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I really need to see your eyes

my sweet.

If I don't, I may die every day.

They shine inside my heart

and move my feet,

and they make my soul free,

flying sun rays.


I really need to smell your hair today.

If I don't, I may cry every night.

The aroma lifts me in such a way

that my spirit will never be with fright.


I really need to see you

my sweet cakes.

If I don't, I will frown every time.

Your shape and your sways

make me want to shake,

and it makes me want to say,

"you’re so fine."


You know what word is missing

from this rhyme?

"Love" is what I'm talking about

this time.




This poem is from my collection called Hello Mr. Satan, You're an Idiot! at


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      Bazooka Teaches 5 years ago from Los Angeles

      At Eddy,

      Thank very much! I'm going to check out your work this evening when I get off work. Looking forward to it!!

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      Eiddwen 5 years ago from Wales

      You know what word is missing from this rhyme?

      "Love" is what I'm talking about this time.

      A wonderful poem with beautiful words.

      Voted up and across and I am now looking forward to many more.

      Eddy.

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