Conúil Duffy

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I Love You, But - Poem by Conúil Duffy

I love you dearly,
with all my heart.
Without you I'd fall apart.
I know you love me too.

If tragedy strikes us,
we will be elsewhere.
Our thoughts and emotions
will be given to someone else.
That doesnt mean we don't care.

My Fair Lady,
I will always love you.
Just because you can't feel it
doesn't mean it isn't there.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 16, 2006

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