About the Poem
I really don't know how this poem came to me. I was just visiting this website and all these words just came into my mind. This is about a relationship between me and a very special person. Love is something very unique & very precious. It can only come so many times. Keep it real, when it does.
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Every night, when I lay me down to sleep,
I want to reach over, to feel your lips so sweet.
Although I know I cannot be there,
You will always keep me from having any fear.
The sheets are very cold;
I feel like I'm in a huge hole.
What if we never meet?
Would my life be any better yet?
I long for the day we lock eyes;
I want you to be surprised.
As much as you may imagine what I'll be,
I can only be me.
So every night, when I lay me down to sleep,
You are in my mind with me.
And right before I fall asleep,
I wish upon that star for you to be with me.
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