Mr. Nobody Special
by Wanda L. Harrell
Sunday, August 03, 2003
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© 2003, Wanda L. Harrell
In the beginning, Mr. Nobody Special was just another man.
But he walked with me, lovingly holding my hand.
He wrapped me in his arms, holding me close and tight,
But the picture seemed wrong…something just wasn't right.
When I looked at him, I found myself trying to replace
The man I was seeing with your body and face.
It seemed like it had been forever, the longest time,
You'd held the title of being Mr. Only Man On My Mind.
Mr. Nobody Special tenderly caressed me with a loving touch,
But I kept wishing he were you, the one I loved so much.
You see, I thought it impossible to love someone new
'Cause I kept wishing Mr. Nobody Special could be you.
Mr. Nobody Special took it easy with me, nice and slow,
Giving me all of his love; he just wouldn't let go.
He continued to love me, giving totally and unselfishly
Until one day, I opened my heart and eyes to clearly see
That little by little, Mr. Nobody Special erased thoughts of you,
Making this woman feel truly loved…through and through.
He was patient a man, and it took some serious time,
But Mr. Nobody Special is now Mr. Only Man On My Mind,
I really find it odd the way love finds a way to incorporate
Unexpected, but wonderful, little twists and turns to our fate,
'Cause I really thought it impossible to love someone new,
But now the title of Mr. Nobody Special belongs solely to you.
ROMANTIC POETRY AND POETIC PROSE
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|Reviewed by na na (Reader)
|Mr. Nobody Special made me cry. What a loving poem. I loved it. Sometiems you have to hang in and be the best you can be to the one you love. Then if God smiles and fate is in your corner, Mr. Nobody Special becomes someone very speical in her heart. Bill|
|Reviewed by Jack Roberts
|This is Beautiful Wanda!!
|Reviewed by Michael
|What a great tale/story of loving, longing, devotion, freedom and peace experienced... and in the end true love is found... too good to be true yet I believe it is... Could become a film too. Congratulations on an excellent play on words and reality.|