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Do you think about me

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Do you think about me

Do you think about me?

Did you think about me when your lying in bed?
smoothing the sheets then stroking your head.

Did you think about me when you go for your walks?
your gorgeous eyes and bountiful locks.

Did you think about me when your watching Television?
Eating pizza, laughing at athletes lack of precision.

Do you remember the touch of my hand on your cheek?
Your eyes yearning your hands reaching, my knees weak.

Our love, can you recall the date?
There was no date, the period of love was decided by fate.

Can you remember the time?
The day, the night, the week, the month, always, 
you were mine.

Why did you leave?
Another man did thieve
my heart. Duplicitous lies he weaved.

Not your fault?
Who am I to decide, who breaks the vault,
of my hearts desire?

Do you think about me when your fast asleep, in trans.
We're hand in hand, cavorting through hills, we laugh and we dance.

You lie. I never pass your mind!
I think of you always, please! you must find,
the truth my lover, to me you are obliged to be kind.

Drained me of my love, then led me into the abyss!
I entreat you! Will you please discontinue this.
He never, in the evanescence spent replaced your kiss 

Was it me, who paid for your fun?
I was foolish, stupid, naive and dumb, 
he was not my soul-mate, 
merely a street-worn old bum.

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