Edward Gaudet

(Summerside, Prince Edward Island, Canada)

"Love You" - Poem by Edward Gaudet

When you're down and you think
I don't love you
As much as I used to,
Be assured ever since the day
I asked you to be mine,
My love for you
Has stood the test of time.
So smile, don't frown,
For I will never let you down.
I told you once,
Now I'll tell you twice
That I shall love you all my life.
Because my love is such
Just like my pen,
It will only run out
At the very end.
For nothing gets to me as much
As when you're close to me enough
That I can feel the joy
The shivers send.


Comments about "Love You" by Edward Gaudet

  • (2/17/2009 5:12:00 PM)


    Dear Mr. Gaudet,

    Please disregard sir Nicholas Smithe, your talent is so much more
    He knows not what he says, and is ignorant for sure
    Your poem is beautiful and filled with genuine feeling
    and despite what the critics say, I found it quite appealing.

    Frederick
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  • (1/24/2005 1:58:00 PM)


    What the hell was that exactly? That is more then likely the worst thing I have ever read. You should have went with this.

    'fuzzy Wuzzy wuz a bear,
    fuzzy wuzzy had no hair,
    fuzzy wuzzy wasn't very
    fuzzy.......wuz he? '


    That would have been much better.

    that was shit
    pure shit

    Nick Z~
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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