Goodbye Love Poem

True love is not how you forgive, but how you forget, not what you see but what you feel, not how you listen but how you understand, and not how you let go but how you hold on. Death is a painful reminder that we don't have forever to show those we love how much we really care. This poem is just a reminder to never put it off until it is too late. Death doesn't wait for anyone - tomorrow is too long to wait.

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Wow...A reminder that Love in its purest and everlasting element, does exist. May God bless us all with such a true love and I'm sure you see your Charmer again.

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© Margery Wang more by Margery Wang

Published: Oct 2009

Knight In Shining Armor

We were once the youngest of toddlers,
Playing recklessly without concern,
But how the tides have changed,
What I had is now what I yearn.

We were the best of friends,
I loved him to no end,
But as the days passed by,
It was getting harder and harder to pretend.

The truth was I was in love,
With the charming boy next door,
Our friendship was unique,
But it grew to be so much more.

We dated for a few,
It was the happiest years of my life,
We gave everything to each other,
And he even asked for me to be his wife.

You see, it was everything that I wanted,
It seemed too good to be true,
He made me believe in love,
Amid all the struggles we went through.

He was a special man,
He stood out from all the rest,
He was so selfless at times,
And that's why he was truly the best.

But as we inevitably grew older,
We left our youth behind,
It was time to let go of the past,
There was no use in being blind.

The truth was I was deeply in love,
With the fragile man next door,
No matter how much I denied his fate,
I knew it was time for his spirit to soar.

The day came when he left my side,
It was a cold and gloomy night,
I still remember that day so clearly,
I held onto him with all my might.

It was the last I saw of him,
The last study of his face,
But it doesn't really matter because
Our memories cannot be erased.

My heart bruises easily,
As I sit alone late at night,
But I often reassure myself,
Because I know that I'll be all right.

Nothing has really changed,
Nothing that I can see,
Even though he's not here right now,
I still feel his presence next to me.

The story of our love,
Is an endless story never to be lost,
I don't know if I will ever see him again,
But I always keep my fingers crossed.

My heart is slowly adjusting,
To continue life without that charmer,
But I know that I will never be alone because
He will always be my knight in shining armor.

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  • by Andiswa, Durban South Africa
  • Apr 2013

Wow...A reminder that Love in its purest and everlasting element, does exist. May God bless us all with such a true love and I'm sure you see your Charmer again.

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  • by Aj, Warren Massachusetts
  • Mar 2011

This was truely an amazing poem! I for one wish and dream to become a writer, to write poems for those who are willing enough to read them. To the ones who dare to take a moment to read them I hope to touch their hearts like this has touched mine. Lots Of Love...

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  • by Cathy Kanjela Zambia
  • Dec 2010

Such a beautiful poem, that was rare virgin love, pure and untouched...
It reminds me of the man I'm falling in love with, it scares me sometimes, I have become so fond of him...

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  • by Lociita Phoenix
  • Jul 2010

Very touching. Loved it. this was one of the BEST poems/poetry EVER.

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  • by Aditi
  • Apr 2010

Man oh man! this was so heart breaking..so beautiful and touching..!
its one of the best poems I've heard..or read!

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  • by Taylor Liles, Michigan
  • Mar 2010

This was the most amazing poem in the world it almost made me cry! I love this I want to be a writer and write amazing poems like this because it means so much to me to touch peoples hearts like this poem touched mine!

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