I Love You And You Don'T Care. - Poem by Emily Reid
Another day goes by and I love you more and more. It's hard for me to see you with her but it's something I have learned to live with. I sometimes cry myself to sleep because I think of you and only want you to feel the same way I do. I cry in the rain so no one can see me crying and it's killing me inside to not be able to be with you when that's all I want. I can't get you off my mind and even when I close my eyes I dream about you all the time and I just want to have you by my side. I thought that I could just forget about you but it's really not that easy. My heart has fallen apart and you won't ever know. I love you so much but you'll never truly realize how much, no one ever will. I love you and I always will but you'll never love me and I really can’t except that. I love you too much and my feelings are too strong. I can't just forget about you. You are the one dream of mine that will never come true. I often sit around and think of you but then I think of the fact that you'll never love me. The thing that hurts the most is feeling this way and knowing that you'll never feel the same. To be with you is my ultimate dream. Every time I see you talking to her or smiling at her, my heart begins to cry and another piece of it slowly breaks. For now I shall keep my love for you a secret. I can't move on, I can't forget, you mean so much to me and it's killing me inside to see you with her. Still I only want you to be happy even if my heart is broken. You know nothing of my fears or of my tears and you can‘t ever know. I want to just stop and give up on you but it's just not that easy. I love you and I always will. You are my prince, my knight in shinning armor. I will love you for always and forever.
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