Rachel Fogle

Rookie (July 26,1977 / Baltimore, MD)

Complicated Love - Poem by Rachel Fogle

Who would have thought that we would make it through,
All the bullshit people say and tell us what to do.

I know our love is complicated,
And some may say not right.
But how can a love like ours be wrong when it feels so dam right.

I love your arms around me.
And the sound of your voice.
I love the way you make me feel just by knowing that I am yours.

We live our lives intertwined,
And yet keep some distance there.
Fate has decided where we must lead,
I forget one day you might not be there.

Yet still as always you make me smile,
And make it alright.
You help me know that all the unknowns are OK even if out of sight.

Love is a hard thing for me because its been used in all the wrong ways.

But with you I don't know when it happened or how or that it was even there.

I just took what was given and held on tight,
Even if sometimes I lost track and let others push you aside.

Love is complicated in anyway we live.
Love is there and needed when life leads that road for you.
But sometimes there are times when it can be so much more.
Like to know when your soul reaches another and keeps pace with yours.

Sometimes soul-mates are meant to be,
Yet they have things in there life that make it hard for there souls to stay together so they make due with what they might.

I don't know if that's what I have found.
I know that I need you.
Even if we don't have forever.
For now will have to do.

With all my heart,

Rachel

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 16, 2005



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