Poem#18: It’s me

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How wide is your lonely

for a look back?

How deep is your admission of need?

How much do you long for a took back

to when you were loving me?

Can’t you see?

Can’t you be

Alone?

I am.

Can’t you know?

Can’t you show

I’ve grown?

You can.

How deep is your love for the ocean,

How wide your admiration for the sea,

How rough your climb on the mountain

Since you left me?

Try to see.

Can’t you see?

Can’t you be

Alone?

I am.

Can’t you know?

Can’t you show

I’ve grown?

You can.

It’s me you’re after,

Not what you’ve known,

Those memories you laugh for

Don’t show what you need.

It’s me

You need.

Ken Bossard

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Kenneth Bossard is a Mortgage Lender and real estate investor. Cheryl’s Song is his first novel. He has since written hundreds of poems and plans to use real estate investing to finance his screenplays. Ken loves theater and has acted in stage plays and appeared on cable shows such as VEEP and House of Cards

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