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Lean On Me, Suzie, And I'll Lean On You

Updated on November 16, 2014
My Friend Susan
My Friend Susan

Hi, Gentle Reader,

I spend some time wondering what to think about Suzie, my house guest, because she is not the most exciting women in the universe, me being a typical male that dreams cnnstantly of half clad beach beauties, but she seems like the best of all because she is the one who will last and she is the one who knows me best and genuinely respects me. If anyone who can would refuse to admit me to the hospital for a neighbor's concern about my so called schizophrenia because I don't want to go it would be her and no other .

But it is more like a very special friendship rather than anything like teenage love. And the voice I hear in my head I think of as Jesus does his level best to keep me into her and no other. He told me to watch out for her always. Like me, she is a person with special needs.

So what should I think and how will it turn out? Will it last or will some shimmering siren lead me off with an unlikely promise? I hope I don't screw up because it would hurt us both a lot. Me no less.

Truthfully, at this point there is not much else to say,.so let me apologize to you for the brevity of this note/ The Bill Withers music video below puts it all to song and verse for me pretty well. Please give it a quick listen and post your reaction.

Thank You,

Wrath Warbone

P.S. I am pretty sure the music will say it well for you, too. Let me know if I am right!


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      Terry Chestnutt 3 years ago from Cleveland, Ohio

      +++++++++Am I in love, Garyhu? Gees, sounds dangerous. Thanks for the Hi 5!

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      Garyhu 3 years ago from Arroyo Grande, CA 93420

      Love is very mysterious you never know where or how you will find it.

      But when you do it can be the most wonderful gift we ever behold.

      hugs Gary