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I'm Always Here

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0 posted 06-14-99 06:37 PM       View Profile for D84honey   Email D84honey   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for D84honey

Never a day passes
Without me thinking of you.
Youíve grown to be a part of me
And I canít forget you.

You were the greatest thing that came into my life.
You were an amazing friend.
Always there for me,
A helping hand, you did lend.

In class we passed tons of notes,
More and more each day.
I fell in love with you.
Always wanted you to stay.

I looked at you
And just felt all warm.
This was the greatest feeling
In every way, shape, and form.

A heart I gave to you
The day you asked me out.
It had our initials.
Love, we had, without a doubt.

Our spot in Mark Twain,
Where 2 moments were shared
Will never leave my memory.
1 was when my feelings to you were bared.

The other was when your hand found mine.
Never wanting to let go,
Everyday we made sweet departs.
Because of this, our profiles were never low.

That was all for the better.
The whole school knew about the love we had,
That present day and
Since you said you only liked me a tad.

Our first date at the movies,
Where I recall a tulip nose,
Left me floating in air
To the day you gave me a rose.

And on.
We took a stroll in the park
After we saw Deep Impact
When it was late and dark.

That night we shared a first.
It was a moment of passion.
Always present between us,
I knew, was this strong attraction.

Prom night soon came
Where we 1st slow danced.
Cheek to cheek in your arms
My night was enhanced.

Later that night in Breezy Point,
We took a stroll to the beach.
Seated on a bench, I gave you a poem.
Your heart, I was hoping to reach.

What that poem did to us,
For the better or worse, Iím not sure.
Perhaps it was too serious and deep
That our relationship could no longer endure.

We were an ocean apart
When the days got warm and longer.
You called and your voice, I heard.
My feelings only then grew stronger.

Not too long after, our end came.
And I was hurt and confused.
You werenít sure about anything
And my trust was all used.

Recently, you told me it was a big mistake.
Your timing was only at lack.
I wish you told me this a year ago,
For we can never have the same love back.

What has happened to us?
It seems like we both still have ďthatĒ feeling.
I sense weíre both scared
And all alone still healing.

So afraid to lose this chance,
Iíve put off seeing others.
Still one day I hope,
Again youíll be my lover.

I miss you so much,
As a friend even more.
But youíve pushed me away.
So please open that door.

I canít tell you ďI love you,Ē
But know that I still care and am near.
Youíll always have a place in my heart.
Remember, for you, Iím always here.

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1 posted 06-28-99 03:37 PM       View Profile for Genea   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Genea

Nice tribute to a friend!
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