Amy Chatman


Real Love Never Ends - Poem by Amy Chatman

Real love never ends
You start out as just friends
You hang out and party together
Thinking you'll only be friends forever
Then one day you decide to tell him
It's his fault you're singing a love hymn
He seems shocked for a minute
You wonder about his mind, What's in it?
Then he lets it out that he feels the same
He shows you a poem with your name
You date for about a year
Then he pops the question with a tear
He gets down on one knee
And asks, 'Will you marry me? '
Of coarse you say yes
Then his arms around you caress
You are never more just friends
Because real love never ends


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, September 9, 2003



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