Rachael Hardy

Rookie (01/14/90 / jamaica)

unlimited love (1/11/08)


Only love can inspire the ink from my pen
Only love can remain after months of separation
Love can never be limited to words
I hope you can feel the love I have
Through my actions; my hugs, my kisses my playfulness
I hope you know i still think of you
Cause love is never limited to time nor distance, and love must forgive
I hope you know i still shed tears over you, over us, over what we could have been
I have never met another like you and i don’t think i ever will
I will never completely trust you but I will always love you
I cannot trust you because i have been hurt by you and trusting you will make me vulnerable
But i guarantee no other woman will ever love you like i love you
No other woman will show you what i have to show you
No other woman will appreciate any an everything you have to offer me
What else could it be; maybe I’m infatuated, maybe obsessed some say...
Those would have long died
Love isn’t limited, love isn’t restricted, love has no rules, no boundaries
I love you!

Submitted: Saturday, November 01, 2008
Edited: Saturday, November 01, 2008

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