Monday, 19 November 2007

Hold Me

Hold me in your arms and tell me you love me,
Hold me in your arms and tell me that you care,
Hold me in your arms and tell me the truth,
Hold me in your arms and lie to me if the truth will hurt,
Hold me in your arms and whisper worthless nothings,
Hold me in your arms and shield me from this pain,
Hold me in your arms and share your strength with me,
Hold me.

1 comment:

Ward Bunny said...

Yes sad I know posting a comment on your own blog still this is an explanation of the poem.
Hold Me can be taken in two ways that I have found. One is the easy-to-see girlfriend/boyfriend/partner viewpoint. The other is a call for support for someone like a nurse from a patient.
There might be other ways of looking at it but I honestly only was aiming for the second when I wrote it.
WardBunny

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