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Preacher Man


Author: Imadjinn
ASL Info:    17/M/Neverwhere
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Words: 251
Class/Type: Lyrics /Longing
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A sweet write by my friend Amanda McCartney

Tell her... and me... what you think


Preacher Man



We've been sharing these walks for a while.
Been walking in the darkness, sharing thoughts that make us smile.
And there's so much I want to say,
But I can't find the words, and I'm sure you know them anyway.

Preacher Man, I want to thank you
For making these walks brighter and my heart so much lighter.
Preacher Man, I wish I could make you
Understand that I don't want to go,
But the time is coming soon, and I want you to know
That the nights will be much darker without you here at my side,
And I know you see much more than what I'm keeping inside.
Preacher Man, I'll always think of you.
Preacher Man... Preacher Man...

I love every minute that we've spent
Walking through the darkness hardly caring where we went.
There's so much I want to tell you
But you already know, you already see right through.

Preacher Man, I wish I could stay.
I wish I didn't have to go, and we could always be this way.
Preacher Man, I wish I could make you
Understand that I don't want to go,
But the time is coming soon and I want you to know
That the night will be much darker without you here at my side,
And I know you see much more than what I'm keeping inside.
If only I could see if you're doing the same.
Preacher Man... Preacher Man...

I wish I knew your name.




Submitted on 2008-04-04 16:51:52     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  this was interesting.

it hit home. i like the way that it allowed you, almost forced you , to feel a strong connection between the narartor and 'preacher man'. but at the end it forces you to doubt what you thought. 'i wish i knew your name'
that makes you wonder what kind of relationship they had here. and how long it lasted.

very nice write. maybe try not to FORCE the rhyming. i like poems that rhyme but no poem should be forced into a meater.

:)

much love

:)

~annie
| Posted on 2008-04-05 00:00:00 | by annie smith | [ Reply to This ]


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