I look into his deep brown eyes,
I sense the betrayal that he feels.
He says he's been through way too much,
Time won't do it's part and heal.
I take his pain into my soul and pray for it to stay.
I want to show him what it's like to feel happiness today.
I asked the Man above us all
To listen to my prayers.
I'll be good I swore to Him, just let our lives be fair.
And if not ours together, then his is fine alone.
I may still want forever, but for this I will condone.
Because when love is powerful
It overpowers all
But take two different types of love; they can clash and fall.
So it isn't that I love one more than the other, that is wrong.
I just want both to stay with me and have them both last long.
Because one without the other can never be complete
Choose one over another and there will always be deceit.
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