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happy ever after


Every day I choose to be naïve
Live with hope, and choose to believe
That a happy ending is such a thing
That one day my future will bring


Until then….
I silently accept my misery
For what is has made of me
While shaking and screaming internally
But begging to never be set free

So I….
Burry it deep down within
Why must my love be a sin?
Not wanting to live without
And knowing without a doubt

That you…..
Are the reasons I treasure every moment
So I accept your lovely torment
Hopelessly knowing there is a possibility
That you may never chose me

Still I….
Dream of you each and every night
I am willing to continue the fight
In my eye you are my twinkle, my light
The reason the sun shines so bright!

: } Alexander George {:

Submitted: Sunday, June 22, 2014
Edited: Sunday, June 22, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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