Cleo Blue

Rookie - 0 Points (Midnight / The Dark Cloud of Angels)

If I Were To Forget You - Poem by Cleo Blue

If i were to forget you
If it happened somehow
If i were to forget you
Which im sure wont happen now

If i were to forget you
I'd feel happy everyday
I'd always be true,
To myself. And take my own way.

If i were to forget
your smile or embrace
But i know thats sometime
Not even eternity could erase

If i were to forget you
Memories gone out of my brain
I'd feel like something was missing
I'd be driven insane

If i were to forget you
You'd never be out of my heart
You'd be in every tiny piece
Even if you tore it apart

If i were to forget you
Which i know i wont
I hope you still love me too
But im guessing you dont...

If you are to forget me
Please rememer one thing
Im always here, i'll always care
And wipe away any tear
Or yours that pain will bring

If i were to forget you
Which is something i'll never do
Theres words, that will be stuck in my heart
And they are 'i'll always love you'....

Poet's Notes about The Poem

This is for people who like broke up i mean i feel this way about Jake so im guessing other people feel the same right? BTW about my lil crush thing.. im just going to wait for it to die down cuz im SURE that they dont feel the same.. *pouty face*

I officially have nothing to write about.., so review or comment and give me ideas please ANYTHING im desperate for subjects to write about.., if you leave a title of a poems or words i should use to rhyme then i will probly use them or give a brief summary about what it should be... i dont have many people [i have a few they just dont coment8P/; P]who read my poems so please GIVE ME INSPIRATION! ! ! ! Thank you i'll be here all week.... Unfortunately... Just kidding.. Seriously i need inspiration.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 27, 2013

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