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Complete Me

A poem from the novel
"The Essence of Poetry II:Gerald's Sophomore Yet Grown Poetrybook"
Written by: Gerald L. Ingraham


Each night I find myself lying alone,
Just hoping for a woman to call my own;
Is such a goal so difficult to be met?
Because nothing is as worse to regret.

Complete me,
Mysterious woman, make me whole;
Complete me,
Mysterious woman, shake my soul.

Each time I close my eyes to see clearly
I discern a woman as she gets near me;
I always have awaken from that vision,
But finding who is the lady's my mission.

Complete me,
Mysterious woman, fulfill my desire;
Comeplete me,
Mysterious woman, reveal me the fire.

Each day I think about all the women,
Noticing how much I have been sinning;
Is there a woman who is right for me?
Because meeting her I cannot foresee.

Complete me,
Mysterious woman, mend my heart;
Complete me,
Mysterious woman, send me art.

Each moment I realize I am lonesome,
I want share my small life with someone:
I always have broken into a tear or two,
But one day, I'll find myself lying with you.
Complete me,
Mysterious woman, you are all I see;
Complete me,
Because you are all I need.

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