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Poets Corner – Raymond Holt – March 2020

Never Said I Was Perfect

by Raymond Holt
An ex Cranleigh village Bobby

Never said I was perfect,
Didn’t believe that I was.
Looking over my shoulder,
Saw the end of a job.

Gave my heart completely,
Tried to ease all your pain.
But now that I’m hurting,
I need my heart again.

Then I held out my hand,
Just tried to be a friend.
Understood all your sorrow,
Thought your world’s at an end.

And now my job’s over,
Where do I belong?
Made to think wrong was right,
And that right was wrong.

Never said I was perfect,
Didn’t believe that I was.
Looking over my shoulder,
Saw the end of a job.

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LOOKING OVER MY SHOULDER
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