I Didn’t Know

I hope you like this one. Without readers, words are just ink on paper.

Tim

I Didn’t Know

 

 

 

 

 

I didn’t know about you

 

I promise that it’s true

 

It might have changed things some

 

It might have made them plumb

 

I might have made it through

 

 

 

But how could I know

 

That I’d love you so

 

And worship you from afar

 

And love you for who you are

 

And love you till twas time to go

 

 

 

But I didn’t know about you

 

It will always be true

 

Still, don’t mourn for me lass

 

And don’t live life in the past

 

Just know I would have loved you, too

 

 

 

Tim Keen

 

11-24-12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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About timkeen40

When I was seven, I opened one of those little Golden Books (Lassie) and started copying the words down on paper and it set my soul on fire. I have been writing ever since. I don't know where this is going but I invite you along on the journey.
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12 Responses to I Didn’t Know

  1. Hi Tim, yes I enjoyed, hope you have a good week, lovely to see you posting.. Sue

  2. diannegray says:

    This is lovely, Tim 😉

  3. some buds die before blooming!

  4. chicasl10 says:

    Right from the heart..Thumbs up.

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  6. Androgoth says:

    A very nice poem Tim
    I hope that you are very
    well and looking ahead
    to Christmas with a fun
    and wicked cheer 🙂

    Androgoth

  7. moondustwriter says:

    Too many have lived that one out
    beautifully sad

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