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Love in a different way ...

Without You There is No Me..


We are dysfunctional

This deep love is not optional

You think you can hide

Listen to the voice Inside

It's to late to say

Just stay ..

With your shadow on the wall

I will never fall

Against your hesitation

Beside my inspiration

Am I dreaming ?

I can't compare you to nothings

Rolling on the ground

Listennig to your sound

Of course I feel

As hell

Yes I know

You are like the snow

Tell me again

Kill this pain

In front of the sea

I am finally free

I can't see me withoud you

Because I love you …

It will be better if you show your love in a different way


© 2018 Sanaa Najim


Sanaa Najim (author) from Morocco on September 16, 2018:

Thank you Very much Dear Crezyl for your comment . I am so happy to hear that from You .

Thank you for you too Dear Elijah A Alexander Jr for your important information . Really i liked your suggestion and of course I will use it .



Crezyl Joy Villa Sabrido from Kidapawan, Philippines on August 30, 2018:

Whenever I read your writings, I wanted to write something too. :-D

Elijah A Alexander Jr from Washington, DC USA on August 27, 2018:

Sanaa, first of all, PLEASE don't calm mister (Mr.) all of those gender titles are titles of class, according to my understanding. Especially in England the peasants were not allowed to use those terms to one another and was also true with the slaves in the USA. Supposedly, in England peasants said it to everyone above them, Lords did it to Gentleman, Gentleman did it to Knights who did its to each other since it was their titles and Kings. It became a term of respect in the USA because the slaves felt it belittling to have to say missy and massa' to children and not get it so they taught their children to say it to all grown blacks. When their masters got on them about it they said "we teach our children to respect us so they will not forget to respect you" and being removed from England's class system they forgot it was about class and the term became a term or respect therefore.

As for my providing you with a suggestion for a name for it, I am very much at a lost because "Without You There's No Me" does not complete encompass what you described but is the only thing I could think of.

Sanaa Najim (author) from Morocco on August 27, 2018:

Thank you very much Mrs Rinita sen , Mr Elijah and Mr Mark for your beautiful comment . I am really so happy to hear that from you .

Mr Elijah I have some difficulties about the choice of the title . Could you give me a suggestion for this poem ?



Mark Tulin from Palm Springs, California on August 22, 2018:

with your shadow on the wall. how can I fall. Nice

Elijah A Alexander Jr from Washington DC on August 21, 2018:

I enjoyed the reading but I am not sure I was able to comprehend the title's relation to the words.

Rinita Sen on August 21, 2018:

You are a good songwriter. Not sure if you compose as well. I enjoyed this.

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