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This poem is about my first love that was lost. The promise of love that hurts when it is gone. But I learned that love will always be there in one way or the other. You just have to search for the promise and not be scared of love. Just be yourself and move on.
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|by Sara Birkett
The wind flows through my hair
And dries the tears from my face
I look around at all the beauty
And think of how it was then
When you loved me with your heart
And promised to never leave
But that was then and this is now
Your love for me is somehow gone
That promise you had made
Is no longer for me to have
To never love you again
That's why my tears fall
To never have that promise
Belong to my heart only
Your love taken from me
In my world of happiness
Never to be at my side
Or in my arms during the night
The wind so cold I shiver
Does not dry the tears
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