A Thousand Roses
Saturday, March 29, 2003
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I'd leave a thousand roses,
if I thought you'd see them there,
to let you know that never
in this life I'd cease to care.
I'd cry a thousand teardrops,
if I thought you'd ever know,
how much I've cried in all these years,
since when you had to go.
I'd find myself a thousand blades,
and shed my blood with each,
if I thought in my demise
I'd find myself within your reach.
I'd beg a thousand nightly prayers,
if I thought I had a cause,
but how could any god so great
slay hearts as pure as yours?
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|Reviewed by Joseph* OneLight*®
|A very soulful and heartfelt piece of writing. I'm amazed at the talent of one so young. ~Joseph|
|Reviewed by Jesus
|This is beautiful Charl, really really sweet :) This is probably my favourite poem out of everything you've written so far, it's so pretty! Well done babe :)|
|Reviewed by Claire Shaw (Reader)
|Reviewed by Dan
ur too good at this
and ur too confusing
|Reviewed by Jamez
|Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader)
|Want him close at hand.