Rules About Love. - Poem by Alyssa Cox
Telling her I love you is not the same as meaning it.
I you love her, you don't need to buy her expensive things.
Be there for her when she needs you most.
Don't get angry at her because she tells you something you wanted to know.
Don't always demand everything to be sexual.
You each need your time alone so if she's not talking to you
don't assume she is cheating.
If you do something wrong, tell her
because it's better that you tell her than for her to find out by herself.
And don't forget, if you do love her,
tell her every chance you get,
cause you don't know if you could lose her tomorrow.
I love you!
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