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This poem is about the love of my life and the reality that love doesn't always last forever in the world, but always in the heart.

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Brilliant! I love this one!
It was a wonderful poem..the right one for me and my ..exlover :(

The Dark Side of the Sun

I look up at the stars,
and I see your face.
Imprinted in the heavens.
In everything I know,
you've left a trace.

I see your smile
in the morning light.
And I see your eyes twinkle
in the dusky fog of night.

When I look into the sky
I see your trancing stare.
I look around me,
and I see you everywhere.

When you kiss me
you taste my tears.
You run your fingers through my hair,
and you ease my fears.

My today is for you.
My tomorrows are for me.
I must seek a new love now,
you knew we'd never be.

As I close my eyes to sleep,
I know you're still the one.
You'll only find me now
on the dark side of the sun.

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