I Love You - Poem by Marissa Dunken
I feel so unsure,
Can I take your hand?
Show you what you've never had before,
Close that door.
Behind us the past stays.
For the future is new.
I will forget what I knew,
Make you what I know.
Let that music play to my soul
as you make my heart rise.
Tell you I'm alive
but if you leave I don't know how much suffering I can take.
Make each rain dropp become my tears of sadness,
For I have to leave you,
I'm not alive,
Lie after lie,
I tell me what we all want to hear,
I can't be happy, for I am leaving.
But promise me one thing you will become alive,
and find your happy place.
I will take your hand and show you when I return.
Right now Love and be happy, For I Love You!
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