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This is a poem for people who have loved someone and then had their heart broken, but have had their eyes opened up by a new love in their life.

Life Everlasting

Pain is all I remember,
From the last time I was in love,
I was afraid of it,
Until I met you.

I never felt true love,
Until you showed me,
I didn't know I loved you,
Until you made me see.

Now that I am with you,
No more guessing in my life,
Now that I have you,
No more pain and strife.

I can't imagine my life,
Without you being a part of it,
Now I am truly happy,
For I have life everlasting.

Life everlasting is when I met you,
Life everlasting is when I'm with you,
Life everlasting is when I hold you,
Life everlasting is you.
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3 Visitor Comments

Monique
The poems was very AWESOME!I enjoyed reading it. Honestly, this poem touched my heart and I'm really glad it helped me understand that one love is not enough. If you are heart broken, yeah, you have to look for another person to love. There's a bigber world out there and there is a lot of people you can LOVE! So, this was an AWESOME poem!
Christie
This is a beautiful poem, it really means something to me. Espically because the person who wrote it sent it to me, a wonderful and amazing person at that. I love you Lex
Danny
this song is really cool. Keep getting these songs by "Lex" submitted. Danny

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