laudine warbus


i know i hurt you and i am truly sorry Poem by laudine warbus


I Know I hurt you

I know I hurt you because I found out
That you were flirting with a girl
In treatment and I feel so bad,
for saying things and making you sad...
It's just that my love for you is so strong
And I am scared you’ll find some one better
And leave me like as if I was nothing to you
I want to be with you, I just can't wait,
You make me happy every time I am with you.

You are so special, one of a kind,
I could look forever and never find nobody like you
or anyone else as wonderful as you,
with such a pretty smile and eyes so dark...

Please forgive me for things I said,
I didn’t mean it when I told you
To stay out if my life
That was a mistake
Can you please forgive me
I love you so much, It just messed my head...
You are my life. My very breathe,
I promise to love you, even after death..

So if you can forgive this broken hearted friend,
you’ll never see that part of me again...
I'll love you and take care of you for as long as I live
we’ll make it, together, just you and me...

BY: Laudine Warbus

Submitted: Monday, April 21, 2008

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