Biscuit Collection

Unrequited - Poem by Biscuit Collection

Here i'd keep the memories... here i'd keep the good times and the bad.. here i'd keep the love i had for you.. and here i would be keeping all the pain and the hurting loving you has caused.

No one would ever know my name, or even realize the pain I've been to. But they would know how much i loved. They would know how much i hurt.

And perhaps, i may never again re-live what has been lost. Even so, i know, my heart would forever be, in spite of the hurting.. in spite of the pain.. waiting for that day - where love would find a way.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, June 6, 2005

Poem Edited: Monday, June 6, 2005

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