Christine K. Trease
I Love You Today - Poem by Christine K. Trease
I love you today and I'll love you tomorrow.
I loved you in gladness, now I love you in sorrow.
I learned to love you so long ago
that I've forgotten I learned it, you know.
I loved you then and I'll love you forever.
When will I stop? Never, never.
I've always loved you, of this I know
'cause I learned to love you so long ago.
I loved you here and I loved you there,
You were my life-long love affair.
Even though I am here and you are gone
I'll love you more as time goes on.
I'll love you always through the years
and when time dries up my river of tears,
I'll love you 'till we're joined again
then go on loving you time and again.
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