Eternal Love I Love You

Your not here with me my love,
so I hold my pillow to my chest
and make believe its you.
I kiss it twice, just the way
we used to do.

Your not here with me my love,
but I hold my pillow very
tight, pretending that its you.
I kiss it twice just the way
we used to do.

Your not here with me my love,
but somehow I felt
you knew... exactly what I'd do.
I'd kiss it twice just the way
we used to do.

Because our love is eternal
there's nothing left to say,
except to say this one last word.
I love you more each day.

by Marlena Duci

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Comments (16)

Any person can find meaning and can relate to this poem, well penned indeed Mr Rossetti
Thus oft my soul has hearkened; till the song, A central moan for days, at length found tongue, And the sweet music welled and the sweet tears.
Very bad poem don't understand.
Sucky poem, doesn't make any since.
DGR shares his sorrow, grief, emptiness without a touch of self-pity...but only that his heart no longer sings.
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