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I Love My Man Romantic ( Prose Poem)



Once we were only you and me alone in the garden,
You were crying with tears that had a stronger scent
Then any other flowers in that garden.

I turned my face to watch you closely more than I do
Watching myself with my regretting tears in my mirror
And remember that once you said "I love my man romantic."

I really did tired and tired to change the universe from
A raining clouds with your tears of being lonely into a raining
Clouds with my colorful roses, so you know that I'm romantic.

I did believe in your unique words that was meant me,
But you just haven't helped me of how can I be yours
Like a slave or a knight to be the only man of your pink dreams.

I have always enjoyed the way you get mad and angry,
While I'm wishing if your lips would kiss and bite mine for
Once so the taste of your lips would bleed my lips with a sweet scent.

Therefore, I can learn a lesson from you, instead of watching
The devil plays inside your brain and letting you do play fishy
Behind my back instead, you preferred to lie to me lots of times.

Whenever the night comes and laugh to see me alone, thinking
Of how I can be a romantic man to you, while you are away from my arms.
And now you are crying now, of realizing the word "leave me alone".

Was a VIP pass to the king of death to take my soul out
To meet with God, luckily my heart's demand to give me
Another chance to wipe your tears and to forgive you forever.

28/6/2014
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I started writing poems since I was ten years old, Most of my poems are free verse or proses.Which talked about sad dark and wild romance .Even some ones talking politics.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prose_poetryhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_verse ahmad4all_2@hotmail.comMontreal - Canada Thank you more…

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