Treasure Island

Dan Lundahl


I Love You


We came across, in a virtual world,
You seemed to me, a strange girl,
We did the most, and we did it then,
Just like a repetition, we'll do it again.

One step up, one step down,
Without you, even upon ground, I drown,
I got attached, perhaps too soon,
To your love, I am hardly immune.

For every branch I hit on the way,
I fall even deeper for every day,
I just love you, and love you, more and more,
But it's true and true, not like a chore.

So N/A, hear me now, loud and clear,
I need to be with you, I need you near,
If I can't have you, around me forever,
Then I want nothing, no, never.

Submitted: Monday, March 18, 2013
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This poem was dedicated to my 3-year-long relationship ex. The N/A in this poem used to be 'Alexandra'.

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