Would You Believe - Poem by Daniel Adams
Would you believe I was once so in love?
A gift from the Heavens, from angels above.
Would you believe it was all doomed to die?
You broke my heart you angels in the sky.
A thousand poems I wrote for you,
Promises of love, all were true.
But in the end we just weren't to be,
A year has passed, I'm finally free.
This time last year I would not think,
That I would never have turned to drink.
And that today I'd love again,
Someone else, without the pain.
Twelve whole months since I walked out,
I don't look back, I do not doubt.
It's taken it's toll but I moved on,
And I can safely say, the love has gone.
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