About the Poem
Everyone likes to hear the words "I Love You"
When you are apart from the one you love, separated maybe by continents, maybe just they are at work, there can be the desire to tell them you love them that moment.
In such a moment I penned this to send to my partner.
Go on, make your partner smile, email them this today!
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A Note To Say I Love You
|by Kevin Rose
I want to say I love you, but alas you are not here,
Else I would take you in my arms and whisper in your ear
I'd call to say I love you, send my greetings down the phone,
But my call would go unanswered for I know you are not home
I'd write to say I love you, but the method is too slow,
It's the instantaneous feeling that I want you to know.
So this is to say I love you, and it comes straight from the heart
My thoughts forever with you, even though we are apart.
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