dianne anderson


Love - Poem by dianne anderson

The hardest thing l'll ever do is let you walk away
Out of my life but not my heart forever you will stay
It wasn't anything you said, the eyes they told it all
The look of sadness they portrayed is what l can recall

I learned you loved another you hid it well it's true
But the gentle touches l once felt, now became so few
So unaware with no regrets you'll leave my life for good
You'll think that l've stopped loving you how l wish l could

Just keep thinking l'm to blame then you can feel free
To love again without the guilt when you think of me
They say that if you love enough you'll let somebody go
l hope you find out one day how much l loved you so.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, August 5, 2006

Poem Edited: Monday, August 23, 2010


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