London Love Poems

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Dancing In The Dark - Poem by London Love Poems

We used to
dance in the dark
in the middle of the night.

We used to
hold each-other close
under the moonlight.

I remember your touch
and I miss that so much.

The feel of your skin
made my heart cave in.

And all the love
that it held inside
came flooding out
whilst we were kissing.

I'd hold your beautiful
face in both my hands.

And gaze into your eyes.

I'd tell you what
you meant to me, and
that my love for you
would never die.

You said we'd always
be together.

And in my heart
I knew it to be true.

But just because
you're gone now.

Doesn't mean
that I've stopped
loving you.

© Jon.London 2009

Comments about Dancing In The Dark by London Love Poems

  • (7/23/2009 8:43:00 AM)

    That's so true, just because someone is no longer with us for whatever reason doesn't mean we stop loving them or the memory of them, thanks for sharing your memories,
    Lynda xx

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Poem Edited: Wednesday, July 22, 2009

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