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Every Step of the Way

A Poem from the novel
"The Essence of Poetry: Gerald's Initial Book of Poems"
Written by: Gerald L. Ingraham


Twice I had let my pride
To disillusion me away,
But it won't happen with you
Because I'm clear headed today;
And I would like to make you
Believe the words I speak.
I'm crying out to you
For your mercy over the weak;
Only if you came into my life
And make me whole
I would do all of what I can
To love you as my first goal.

I want you to be with me,
Every step of the way
Because, baby, I need
Your kind heart for my love to lay;
Would you be my companion
Until time separates us by death?
I need to tell you
You're the reason I breathe this breath.
Could you tell me
If it is okay?
I need your sensual support
Every step of the way.

This time around,
I'm going to be strong
Like I had you here
In my arms all along;
It puzzles me
How vascular your love is;
But it's amazing
That you have this kiss,
The kiss which sends me
For a strong, passionate manifesting;
Which is the reason
Why I have come here, confessing.

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