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A poem about loving and believing in someone and having it suddenly taken away.

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amazing work.
i can identify with this too
great poem. the feelings are well expressed. I think many can identify
I thought everything was perfect, we were going to spend the rest of our lives together. Get married and have kids. Everything would work, we would last forever. Like you I believed!

I Believed

I believed in the one perfect moment.
love arriving gently with the spirit,
lasting, true and free.

I believed in the one perfect answer,
yes to every thing good and right,
solace in the wretched night.

I believed in one perfect heart,
bringing trust, understanding and kindness,
noble in the Godless world.

I believed in the one perfect love,
Wings of heart to soar upon,
random, fateful, then was gone.

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