About the Poem
This poem ask the question many of us seek when we enter a relationship - whether it will be intimate or plutonic. It expresses my own inner thoughts, yet gives that special someone the opportunity to express theirs as well.
I Want To Know
|by Horace Whitfield|
|I want to know the you
That has not been introduced to anyone else.
I'm talking about the you
That you've been keeping to yourself.
I want to know your most recent fantasy -
You know, the one that just tickled your fancy.
I want to know each and every thought of me,
So I can lay back and contemplate bringing them to reality.
I want to know that spot
That seems to be under so much stress.
Because as a body physician, I have the answer -
It just needs to be caressed.
I want to know if that same spot
Was rubbed, licked and kissed,
Would your mind ponder
On what you could've missed.
I want to know what makes you happy,
What makes you sad,
What makes you sigh
And what makes you cry.
If I have to take a dive,
And explore the ocean floor,
I'll find out
And bring it back to shore.
I want to know,
That no matter what we're going through
Whether our lives are sunny or blue
I want to know - do I have a friend in you?
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