Valentines Day Poem to Girlfriend

Love From University

I am crying to see my girlfriend, I think of her every minute so I wrote this poem to her...After completing senior school I went to university while my loved one was left behind so literally speaking prison in this poem refers to university, I love you girl, I am not pretending...

I Am Not Pretending

© Pelontle Konopang
I never thought love really existed,
until the time I first set my eyes on you...
my heart stopped for a moment and I knew we have a better destination,
I love you, I am not pretending...

I tried to concentrate but failed to get my eyes off you
you prompted a 'love word' out of my mouth,
even when I knew I could not,
your smile made me to believe everything is simple...
I am not pretending...

the short messages passion you drowned me in;
the midnight kissing we engaged in;
the way you talk to me;
all makes me insane when I think of you;
I love you, I am not pretending

I always wish you could be by my side and kiss me,
I miss your smile
I miss your voice,
please, come and kiss me before I die for I...
I love you dearly

I will do whatever it takes to be with you
after my days in prison for nobody will give you love like I did...
I still cherish those moments we spend together
in your mum's room...I love you
I wish... I wish you read this poem... and know that..
I love you, I mean it...

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Published: Mar 2009

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