Guest Poet: At least let me try by Sage Black

At Least Let Me Try by Sage Black

This look that you suddenly wear on ur face is nothing more than a widow’s mourning
But still ud remain the sun I hope to see in the morning
These past days as I roll on my bed alone
I realized how much I need you back home
U know I’m but a young girl wit one eye
I can’t see beyond my pride
But in your eyes,I see the world

Do not cast me out my sweets.
Iv washed my feet
So I promise to walk right this time
To open my heart to listen
To hold your love firm
For I’m poor,so poor my Love is all I have
Kiss me again
Let my lips hold urs in time to last
I’d be ur queen,ur maid and sister
I’m sorry for the times I turned my back
I’m sorry I couldn’t look past my fears
I’m sorry I coudnt see how beautiful ur love for me was
If u say no,I take to defeat,but at least let me try

Toni Payne

Author: Toni Payne

Toni Payne is a creative writer, poet, voiceover artist, media personality and entrepreneur. She enjoys writing inspirational quotes, short stories, and poetry about various topics from romance to self-love. She also does voiceover readings of short stories and flash fiction on her podcast and writes travel, exotic cars and beauty lifestyle articles. At her leisure, she writes musings about pop culture, entertainment, relationships and more.

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