But who are you to me?

  • But who are you to me or I to you?
  • We didn’t know each other half a year;
  • It was only business – nothing more ado;
  • And barely business friends were we, it’s clear!
  • You merely drove me home conveniently,
  • A simple act of friendship, nothing more;
  • A mere two automata acting free,
  • But why then are our hearts still aching sore?
  • Because, my Love, you cut my heart and soul,
  • With words of love, you never knew you said,
  • And I in poems your virtues did extol,
  • To show you your true goodness, as you read.
  • Pretend you do not love nor know me still;
  • I loved you then, and now, and always will.

copyright John Justice 2015


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The subject and predicate are all, In a sentence of tale short or tall: The subject's "who" or "what," The predicate's the lot, Of everything else - verb and all.

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