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This poem is about a love I thought I had forgotten - but with just a simple touch is in my heart again.
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Will I Always Love You?
|by Lindsey Z.
It has been so long
Yet when I see you
I still remember
The way my heart would melt
The way my stomach felt
I used to love you so
I am just wondering
Where did those feelings go?
Do you still remember?
As I lay here thinking, I see your cute smile.
I feel your loving lips and your warm embrace.
Then, I remember, this was so long ago.
I had told myself to let go.
I do not love you
I do not need you
I would not melt in your arms, or die for a kiss
Why is it that I still feel this way?
I wonder, could it be?
That I have always loved you,
and only pretended to let go?
I do not know, will I always care?
I will always remember, never forget.
I wonder, will I always love you?
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