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Forever a Love

Did you know the day you saw me
that we would be togther
Did you know that day we kissed
it would be forever
Did you know i was there for you
through the storm 
Did you know that i would be
your savior from the pain no more
Through the last supper and last breath
Through the pain and frightful health
Old age and weary nights
Holding love through all the lights
We will be together 
You and I forever
It is what we wished upon with that star
If our love shall ever part
The only cause will be one thing
The day we die a eulogy they sing

Copyright © Patrick Nonnemacher | Year Posted 2012


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  1. Date: 12/25/2012 2:19:00 AM

    SO sweet and romantic! such love is like a ghost: everyone talks about it but few have actually seen it. guess you are one of those that have seen it:). Lovely write!
  1. Date: 12/25/2012 1:05:00 AM

    What passion! This is a poem no lover could resist!