Moving On Poem

Where Can I Find Love Poem

I am a simple girl with simple thoughts, but on occasion something will flow through. With those simple thoughts, I've always had complex feelings and emotions. It's always been hard for me to reveal my true self, unless I put it in writing. Everyone has that one person that they wish they could express all of their feelings too, but can't for some reason or another. These feelings can be hard to express. This one goes out to the one that got away....

Always Be

Weíve connected through times of joy
Even through times of pain
I can see right through your show and
Unfortunately, I have to let you know
That you are the one for me
You have and will always be

Iíve seen the way you look at me
And although I may turn with chagrin
Iíll never be able to show you
Just the way I feel
I know that one day I will be free
From this feeling of regret and sorrow
But for now, all I have to say isÖ.

My life will move on today
With or without you ..will you stay
If I beg you, donít leave
Will you still be there for me
And if I should choose to let you see
You have and will always be
The only one for me

Some day down the line
Maybe one day Iíll let you in
Itís been the hardest thing for me
To feel this way and pretend
But maybe one day if thereís a chance
Youíll see exactly what I saw
That I am the one you need
For now, I just want to be free

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Published: May 2012

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