GJC boyle

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For What Its Worth I Do Love You


What happen to us why did come to this
Your so far away but its not me you miss
For i miss you so much each and every day
I want so to call but what words do i say
You have heard it before is what you say to me
So there is nothing i can do except leave quietly
So i will be gone out of your life
The biggest regret i have is i never made you my wife
I never showed you the love i feel for you
And now its over there is nothing i can do
I have loved now for as long as i can remember
Your love is for someone else now
But for what its worth i will love you for ever
My heart broke when you said no to coming home
Not for once did i think you would leave me alone
Its been so long now that i have seen your face
When i think of you tears well up in my eyes and run down my face
Why cant forever really be forever
I never wanted to be away from you never ever
All of these words mean nothing nothing at all
For you dont love you dont love me anymore
Why did i let you leave why did i agree
Those words will never stop haunting me
I would welcome you back in the blink of an eye
I know that wont happen there is no more you and i

Submitted: Friday, September 14, 2012
Edited: Friday, September 14, 2012

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  • Rookie - 0 Points Mercy Oyesa Oluchina (9/19/2012 2:26:00 PM)

    the poem is quite deep i can feel the emotion...however i think you should enhance it with tit bit of poetry touch, play with the words. (Report) Reply

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