You asked me to smile for you
I gave you a bouquet of laughter
You asked to cry for you
I gave you a tearful farewell
You asked me to dance for you
I gave you a passion’s ballet
You asked me to sing for you
I gave you a musical night
You asked me to love you
I gave my heart in return
You asked me to wait for you
I gave you eternal time
You asked me to live for you
I gave you my soul and died
Thats a pretty good poem. It is more like a love rhyme.
That's an interesting one, Anita. Nicely caught up at the end. 'Eternal time' – is that possible, I wonder? Perhaps simply 'eternity'?
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You asked me to smile for you
I gave you a bouquet of laughter
You asked to cry for you
I gave you a tearful farewell
You asked me to dance for you
I gave you a passion’s ballet
You asked me to sing for you
I gave you a musical night
You asked me to love you
I gave my heart in return
You asked me to wait for you
I gave you Eternity
You asked me to live for you
I gave you my soul and died

Thanks Mr.P. I too liked the way I could end it... ( Of course not like the endings of Ruskin Bond's short stories...which r just great!)
As you took it away from me
I sat on my grave and cried.

Wouldn't that be another way to end it?