William F Glennon
Unconnected Love - Poem by William F Glennon
You are a friend who saw me through
the doubts and fears. My heart paid a price
being somebody you're not to someone.
How would I know this dream she once
loved me would be a fantasy. The silence
in my heart was laid to bare.
Her heart and soul was pure and unaware.
The pulsating blood in my veins was overflowing with love.
Love for her was so long, but I knew it was so wrong.
I would have sacrificed tomorrow to have you
here today. I don't want to lose this
feeling of you going away.
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