I Don’t Tell You Enough

I don’t tell you enough
That I love you
I don’t show you enough
That I care
When you need someone to lean on
I don’t show you enough
That I’m there

I don’t tell you enough
How beautiful you are
I don’t notice enough
When you do something special
With your outfit or your hair

I love you in a million ways
I want to find the light to show ’em
With more than a kiss a day
And a cliché poem

I don’t know how to tell you
I can’t offer a perfect life
My credit is bad, my bank account is sad,
And loving me can feel lonesome

I can’t tell you enough
That I want to spend my life with you
I’m a little mad, cracked I may add
But I’m cracking mad about you
Mad about who you are
Cracked for the things that you do

These things you do amaze me
They are why I have penned
This embarrassing gush
I write this bad poetry
In hopes that you will see
How much I love you

I don’t remember enough
How lucky I am
To somehow deserve the intensity of your love
It frustrates me too much
To know I cannot be the best man
For that is what you deserve
Nothing less will do

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bendcharles

A schemer and a dreamer. I'm a #Métis author located in Saskatchewan who writes short stories, poetry, book reviews, and jokes.

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