Just A Cliche - Poem by GORDON BUTCHERS
If you realy love someone
Those fellings always stay,
Never wanting another love
Never wanting to go astray.
Through all weathers
Sunshine and rain,
Never let your a true love go
As it may never come again.
They say that there is plenty
More fish in the sea to catch,
But for me when you walked away
I lost my perfect match.
Is it better to have loved and lost
Than to have never have loved at all,
But no cliche could mend my heart
Now I feel such a fool.
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