Pain Is Love 32588

Rookie (March 25 1988 / Munster Indiana)

How Can I - Poem by Pain Is Love 32588

How can I give you advice
When it seems that nothing ig going right with my life
How can I tell you about love
When I had to let the love of my life walk away
How do you expect me to help you
When I need help myself
How can I promise myself a better tomorrow
When I'm not sure about today
I say things will be ok if you keep your faith
But that is so hard when there is so much s**t to take
Love is a chance we take
How can I say I'm cool
When everything I do is because of the moves you make
How can I tell you to be strong
When I'm weak without you
How can I say what you may be doing is not getting to me
When there is not a day that passes when I don't think of you
How can I give advice
When I don't know what to do

Comments about How Can I by Pain Is Love 32588

  • (3/10/2010 3:55:00 AM)

    beautiful poem, i loved it
    How can I tell you to be strong
    When I'm weak without you
    we need to start helping ourselves so we can help others, good job

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  • (8/25/2009 7:46:00 PM)

    wow, sounds like a deep emotion locked up inside your trust. i enjoyed this poem it makes me think. swank (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, April 22, 2011

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