Danny D

I Found Myself Thru You

All these years it felt like I was crawled up in my shell.
Seemed like I was hiding in the corner of a dark room;
It felt like I was missing something in myself.
But then you came along and stretched your hands;
You pulled me up from the pit I thought I had fallen.
You made me feel I was worth something more.
You made me believe I was capable of a lot more.
You broke the chains that bound me all this time.
You unleashed the romance that was hidden in me.
You helped me find myself, thru you I found myself.
I realized that it’s you who complete me.
Every time I lose you, I realize I lose myself.
And every time I find you, I find myself again.
How can I not love you like my soul when you are my soul?
How can I not love you forever when you are my life?
With you love had a new meaning, the true meaning.
I think I have made you feel the same way too.
I think with me you realized you are worth something more.
I think you now realize you do mean the world to someone.
I think you know I love you beyond measure.
But I also realize you are scared to let yourself go.
It’s feels like you don’t want to see the truth
I wish you listen to your heart and not fear.
I realize you don’t want to give me hope
I wish I could give you strength like you have given me
I wish you gave love a chance and not shy away.
I wish I could say something which made you trust me
I wish I won’t lose you forever babe
Losing you is like losing myself, for you are a part of me.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 28, 2008

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  • Eu Stress (11/29/2008 12:37:00 AM)

    This is indeed a beautiful poem. You seem to be very fortunate.Your feelings corroborate with mine. I can understand what you feel.

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