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I wrote this poem after I had a huge argument with my boyfriend. He had someone else in mind. I guess it was never meant to be. At least I proved I was willing to hold on. And I still think of him after all he has put me through.
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|by angel eyez
The dreams you dream
are merely images
of a darkened soul
inflicting pain on me.
Drown your acceptance
and believe in me.
The power of love
is all I need.
The warmth of your touch
the motion, the feel
entirely of your heartbeat.
Do you love?
Are you free?
Can you let go of
all those secluded worries?
I love your compassion
I can hear your heart beat for another,
to love you like I do.
Why won't you realize
my love is for you
I understand you want to leave
and I will release you.
But let it be known
it was only Love for you
I have ever shown
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