bluebabe 8786

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Sad to say goodbye Poem by bluebabe 8786


Ever since the moment we’ve been together,
I’d promise to my self I would love you forever…
We’ll share our pains and laughter,
And we’ll live together ever after…

But parting time has come,
I have to leave and I will be gone…
Bearing pains and tears we can’t shun,
For I have to go back where I came from…

You know it’s sad to say goodbye,
It’s tearing my heart, so please don’t cry…
Babe, it’s really sad to say goodbye,
But I have to go, and the growing pain I can’t deny…

It’s sad to say goodbye to you,
But babe, I really have to go…
Even though I really love you,
I have to say goodbye and leave you…

It’s sad to say goodbye to you,
But there’s one thing I can promise you…
Please darling believe me for it’s true
That loving you forever I will do…

Submitted: Thursday, March 5, 2009

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