Randi Nicole Dement

Rookie (11-30-1980 / Farmington, Mo)

Him - Poem by Randi Nicole Dement

True love can still be lost,
Someones heart is all it cost.
We both said things that weren't really true,
I can only say I'm sorry until I'm blue! !

He hurt me, I hurt him,
I just thought, I'd go out on a limb
I love him unlike no-other,
love, like that, I'll never give another!

My soul mate, I may have lost,
His and my hearts are all it cost.
With him, I saw myself growing old,
But I worry, his heart for me has now grown cold.

He don't know how his words do hurt,
and I understand mostly they come as a blurt.
He speaks before he really thinks
Not knowing how much his words really do sting.

To be together again, is our future plan,
But my family sure hates my loving man.
He has changed, as have I, together we are whole.
Without him, I would forever be a lost soul.

I hope the cost is not my families love,
if only the past, they could let go of.
I hope one day to wed forever,
Because I no my love & devotion cannot be severed.

He is so perfect, in so many ways,
when he is gone, so long is the days.
I don't know if we will ever be
together again we'll just have to see.

For him to give time, is all I hope.
To loose him again, I doubt I could cope.
So please be patient, my dear peanut,
So our hearts can heal and don't feel another deep cut.

Wrote: February 8,2009

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 12, 2011

Poem Edited: Monday, June 13, 2011

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