why me?

By molock

I've been watchin' an
angel while she sleeps...
I've been askin' myself,
​...why me?

just another heart,
left for dead.
she came along,
and love was
this months messiah
the Lazarus effect...

as we drift,
​deeper in time.
just one more kiss
​from her lips,
will keep the fire
​burnin'  inside.
​quiet as it's kept,
she moves the moon
and stars across the

I've been watchin''
​ an angel,
as she sleeps...
I've been askin'
​...why me?


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Copyright 2017 molock
Published on Saturday, March 18, 2017.     Filed under: "Love" and "Poetry"
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  • dwells On Saturday, March 18, 2017, dwells (5452)By person wrote:

    Terrifically tender, and do not wake the sleeping she-bear Mo (at your own peril). A dreamy poem for a perfect peach. Peace and cheers my friend! - Dan

  • molock On Monday, March 20, 2017, molock (304)By person wrote:

    Haha, I don't think i'm that brave. thanks as always for kind words. later - mo

  • Damien On Saturday, March 18, 2017, Damien (166)By person wrote:

    May I assume this is about your lovely lady? I would have to think when she reads your work that it brings tears to her eyes. And, yes, why not you?

  • molock On Monday, March 20, 2017, molock (304)By person wrote:

    yeah, it's about my little sweetheart. it's my get out of jail free card, if i'm in trouble I write something for her, then she'll get a little mushy. sometimes it doesn't work though, lol. hey you guys are always in my prayers. peace

  • Drea On Thursday, March 16, 2017, Drea (1329)By person wrote:

    This made me smile. It's so sweet and the flow was very well done. So lovely.

  • molock On Monday, March 20, 2017, molock (304)By person wrote:

    thanks Drea, this is for my soulmate this Oct. will be 20yrs, i'm truly blessed. I look forward to your next post, later my dear - mo

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