Ren Spencer

My Heart - Poem by Ren Spencer

If there is one thing that I can leave with you it is my heart.
Though I may never receive your heart
and I may give my heart to others,
you will still always have it.

I give you my heart not just because I love you
but because it will save you.
It will save you because my heart is both fragile and strong.
My heart sees the bigger picture and knows that it will give you what you need.

It will make you realize that love isn't asking why
It is knowing that someone does loves you.
Which is the greatest thing in the world.
Not all are lucky to receive love like that.

My heart will give you the strength to look inside yourself.
Realize that everything that has happened is done.
Only you can change your world.
But I hope my heart will help you and be with you in that world.

Everyone is blessed, we just have to look at the world to see.
You can make anything happen if you want,
You just have to believe in yourself
And in the world you create.

In my world you are amazing.
I wish that you could only see.
I would give you everything I can,
Just to see the old you again.

My heart will always be here,
Even if I don't see you for awhile.
You know where to find me
Cause I am not that far away.

Get rid of what makes you frustrated and sad.
Fight for the ones you need.
Don't let anyone or thing bring you down
Because you are amazing.

Let my heart help you,
Let me help you,
Look and see who you really need.
Who will really care about you in the end?

My heart will care. I will care.
Let me save your broken soul
And mend you back to the person you once were.
Be the person you truly want to be.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, November 1, 2007

Poem Edited: Thursday, April 21, 2011

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