Raymond Valadez

Rookie (12-21-1982 / Mexico)

Not Everyone Was Born To Love - Poem by Raymond Valadez

Not every one was born to love you
So I must tell you now that many will hurt you
Many will pass you by
And take your beautiful words as if your speaking lies
Do what ever is in there power to see you cry
Discard your words
As if they where words they never heard
Some will just want your body
And yet other will always ignore your company
Such a tragedy to see some one as beautiful as you suffering

Many will cause you pain
By walking out on you someday
Not realizing what they had in front of them that day
Other will try to change everything about you
And that is because they simply don’t love you
Many will find a ways to make you mad
Some will even toy with your emotions to make them laugh
All this thing will no doubt make me sad

All because, you see I was born to love you
To take care of you when no one wants you
Be there when the hole world has left you
When you cry it is my duty to hold you tight
When your sad it is my mission to make you glad
At your worst let you know that no one comes first
Yes those are my desires for you
All because I was really born to love you

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Comments about Not Everyone Was Born To Love by Raymond Valadez

  • (2/5/2010 7:04:00 PM)

    The sad thing is that you didn't write that poem for me. You're a wonderful writer and whoever you love I'm sure is very grateful to be with you. (Report) Reply

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  • Cynthia Buhain-baello (1/4/2010 2:49:00 AM)

    First I like the premise at the start of the poem, and the metamorphosis of your resolve throughout the succeeeding lines, and the final line effectively closing the whole poem like a ribbon. Crafty, cleverly written, brilliant presentation. Bravo! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 4, 2010

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