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Poem About The Love I Have For My Best Friend

This is a poem written for and dedicated to my best friend. I love him with all my heart and soul and couldn't have asked for a better friend.

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I have stage 4 breast cancer. My husband and I will be married 20 years next April. I cannot share this poem with him yet. In our situation it would be too difficult for now. I am still doing...

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If I Thought

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Published: February 2015

If I thought for just one moment that this would be my last breath,
I'd tell you I'll love you forever, even beyond death.
If I thought for just one moment that your face would be the last I'd see,
I'd take a million pictures and save them just for me.
If I thought for just one moment that your voice would be the last I'd hear,
I'd listen attentively and promise not to shed a tear.
If I thought for just one moment that your touch would be the last I'd feel,
I'd embrace you and know that this has all been real.
If I thought for just one moment that my heart would beat its last beat,
I'd thank the Lord for allowing us to meet.

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  • by Laura Rohman
  • 1 month ago

I have stage 4 breast cancer. My husband and I will be married 20 years next April. I cannot share this poem with him yet. In our situation it would be too difficult for now. I am still doing "ok." We both know my life is going to be significantly shorter than we want or planned. This poem expresses EXACTLY what I want to say. Wow, it gives me peace. I am going to print this, seal it in an envelope, and give it to him when the time is right. I'm not a huge "poetry" fan, but this poem is simplistic yet expresses such complicated thoughts. If you are choosing a mate and you have found the right one--this poem should ring true. It's easy to have a good relationship when times are fun & easy. I found out that I have the best relationship. My husband has been there with me every step of the journey we are in now. Thank you.

  • by Brian R Johnson
  • 1 month ago

I've never come to this site, but for some reason I did tonight before writing a poem for my lady. I just want to encourage you to be strong and NOT to ACCEPT the doctors' prognosis as final! Miracles happen daily, and you can be one as well if you go to the end and feel how you'd feel if the Dr. told you he can no longer see the cancer. Feel that feeling prior to drifting off to sleep. I'm praying for you as well! Peace

  • by Joseph Brownfield
  • 2 months ago

This poem captures everything me and my fiancé say to each other every day. This poem just says it better, though. It's a great poem, and I am going to send it to her.

  • by Shahin
  • 2 months ago

As i started reading the poem I imagined my love sitting next to me.
"If I thought for just one moment that your face would be the last I'd see,
I'd take a million pictures and save them just for me"
I love these lines.

  • by Marcia A. Newton
  • 2 months ago

Beautiful poem. This really touched my heart because it is exactly what I want to tell my husband in the most beautiful and loving way. What an incredible poem. Thanks so much for sharing.

  • by Mathew O Chiori
  • 2 months ago

"If I thought for just one moment that my heart would beat its last beat,
I'd thank the Lord for allowing us to meet."

It makes me remember that life is an opportunity and we should live every day like our last, because no one knows his last.

  • by Lane Flores
  • 3 months ago

This poem made me feel what my husband would say to me now. He passed away June of last year.

  • by Nicholas Murangiri Mugambi
  • 3 months ago

I love the poem to my breath. It reminds me of the love of my life who just walked away from me on December 31st. I wronged her, and the guilt kills me every day of my living.

  • by Natalie Laming
  • 1 month ago

Keep smiling, my friend; all is not lost.
We learn life lessons, some at a harsh cost,
But keep your chin up smile and sing,
For who knows what tomorrow may bring?

  • by Elisa Rodriguez
  • 5 months ago

I love this poem. It's super inspiring. I dedicated it to my fiancé, and I just love it. It's exactly how I feel about him.

  • by Jaime
  • 6 months ago

As I read the poem I must say that it's the best that I've heard in days. This poem made me think of my lovely mother, the love of my life. Having the fear that someday she will not be with me. Thank you for sharing such a touching piece of writing. Loved it.

  • by Danish Khan
  • 6 months ago

So many heart touching lines. Keep it up, poet. You have extraordinary thinking in your mind.

  • by Rahulrajan795
  • 1 year ago

Very beautiful and a touchy one. Very rare to see such friendships in these so called global villages which help you in getting in touch with someone at your finger tips. Nostalgic.

  • by Mark Farmer, Portdouglas Queensland Australia
  • 1 year ago

This poem touches my very being.
I just love it . I've just sent it to a dear friend of mine, and truly hope it makes her day, because it certainly has made mine. I just love the way of words, thanks for writing such a beautiful poem.

  • by Dana Schwartz Poet
  • 1 year ago

I love hearing how my poetry touches the heart and soul of others thank you for taking the time to read it and I truly hope she enjoyed it!

  • by Gerald L. Boyle, Melbourne, Florida
  • 1 year ago

Your opening line:

"If I thought for just one moment that this would be my last breath,
I'd tell you I'll love you forever, even beyond death."

Made me think about the man I wrote about in my own poem "Time and Again" and the way I feel I have found him through space and time. It also made me remember that due to our circumstances, we can not be together, and the way that realization breaks my heart; we still hold dear to each other.

Thank you for writing; I loved it!

  • by Dana Schwartz Poet
  • 1 year ago

Thank you for taking the time to read my poetry. Remember that through our writing our loved ones memories will continue to live on.

  • by Jamie Williams , Fl. Callahan. Nassau
  • 2 years ago

This poem made me think of my husband who passed away. I LOVE AND MISS HIM VERY MUCH. HE WAS AND IS STILL MY BEST FRIEND. I WAS SEVENTEEN WHEN I MARRIED HIM AM 53 now and my feelings have only gotten stronger. Thanks for sharing your poem.

  • by Dana Schwartz Poet
  • 1 year ago

Thank you for taking the time to read my poetry and seeing the depth of my heart and soul through my work. And thank you for sharing your story!

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