About the Poem
This poem is about a girl who wanted to be with a friend of hers but couldn't. She wanted their friendship and more to last forever. When he had to go away she was very hurt and wanted it to be just another lie he told her. She confesses that she will love him no matter what.
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A Torn Apart Love
All I wished to have or wanted
Was for us to be together
I didn't care if it was summer,
Spring, fall, or even in the winter.
I knew I could always count on you
To at least be my friend
If something more were to happen
I'd hope you wouldn't let it end.
If for a long period of time
We would have ever had to be apart
I had hoped we could last
On what we had felt in our heart
So when you said you had to go
I had wished it was just another lie
Because I know it now like I always have
My love for you will never die.
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