Sam Arjomandi

I Wish There Was No Broken Heart - Poem by Sam Arjomandi

I Wish I had never met you
I wish I had never fell in love with you

I wish you were not so good-looking and so kind
Because you are always on my mind

I wish you didn’t make me feel so good
I wish you were not so much in control of my mood

I wish you didn’t pay me so much attention
I wish I wasn’t so much hungry for your love and affection

I wish there was no broken heart
No divorce, no tears in children eyes, because their familIies falling apart

I wish we could accept each other the way we are
Two humans, which may not agree on every single, issue, but love each other a lot and that’s what we are

I wish we could forget about who is right who is wrong
Being stubborn is more popular among teenage lovers who are too young

You always wanted to know, do I really love you
Did you know, when you left me, you took my heart with you

I wish you knew when it comes to you, I really care
You know as I do, despite what happened, still we have lots of things to share

when I go home, every corner of it reminds me of you
Did you know, what still hanging on the wall is the wedding picture of me and you

Friends telling me to find someone else, to help me to forget you
But I have hard time to find someone who could be a good listener, because all I do is talk about, how much I miss you

Even though my experience with love was painful
I say, let’s give love one more chance, because I still believe in our love with all my heart and my soul

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  • (8/25/2007 5:35:00 PM)

    Whoah, this could bring tears to eyes. Its an amazing poem, so meaningfull and full of emotion, but its so sad. I really feel for you and hope that things turn out better for you x-x-x (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 2, 2007

Poem Edited: Sunday, February 20, 2011

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