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Sometimes.....I Think

Sometimes.....I Think
By DiMondNDaRuff on 03/14/2009
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I think back to the days before you came into my life and I''m left wondering what I was doing and how I made it through.

I think of how full and complete my life feels with you in it and I can''t do anything but smile.

I think about how you could have and deserve so much more than I can offer yet, you still stay.

I think of you ambition and potential and am left asking myself if I''m a blessing to your gifts or a burden.

I think of times when we''ve argued and I''ve phhysically struck out at you. For those times I am utterly embarrassed and desperately sorry.

I think of my past relationships and wonder just how much of their BS is still my baggage and how it''ll effect what I''m trying to have with you.

I think of where I''d be if you weren''t here in my life and each time I draw a blank.

I think of how it''d be to grow old with you, watching each other age and mature with time.

I think I need to just stop and thank God a little more for sending you to me.

I think that I couldn''t love you anymore than I already do, then you go and do or say something that makes me love you a little more.

I think...
and all I can think of
is you.

© By DiMondNDaRuff On 3/14/2009 9:51:08 AM
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