I Love You. - Poem by Shannon Nicole
She wants to tell him that she thinks about him more than anything.
His name is the answer on her Algebra test,
Number three to be exact.
She wishes he could see how much she wants him.
His picture is the only picture on her bedroom wall,
Closest to her heart.
She wants him to see that she would do anything to see him smile.
His smile lights up her day,
If only it was seen more often.
She waits for him to realize that she only wants him to be happy.
Waiting until that day comes that he says he’s found someone better,
Hoping it comes sooner than later,
The longer it takes to be told.. The more it hurts to know it’s the truth.
She loves him with all her heart.
She wants him to be her lover.
He is her love, her life, her world..
Does he realize that she cannot find anyone better,
Because she doesn’t want anyone better?
She’s happy with the one she’s completely in love with.
Maybe he needs to decide whether leaving her would be the best..
Maybe he should realize that he’d hurt her more if he left..
What should be done,
Is more than his choice.
It is our decision,
But she’s already told him..
He just needs to be the one to finish the agreement.
Can he remember what she said?
“Forever and always.”
She’d love him forever and always.
Until their dying breath,
She would confess her love to him and only him.
She just wants him to understand that she’ll be there for him either way.
She just wants him to be okay,
To be happy.
She wants him more than anything in the world,
But she wants him to smile more than anything.
She would be by his side,
Even if it means crying to herself at night,
Because he’s found someone better.
She just wants him to be happy.
I just want you to be happy.
I love you so much.
Whatever you decide,
Don’t worry about me,
Please just be happy.
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