Forever I Will Love You

Forever I will love you
No matter what
Forever I will love you
And I won't give up
For my love to you I can never stop

You will always stay in my heart
No matter how long we will be apart
No matter how much people will blame
Forever I will love you
Forever I will be the same

You eyes are my guide
I'll stay always by your side
I won't let go of the love I find

Your smile is my light
I loved you even before my first sight
Forever you'll be my dream knight

Your hair.. your ears.. your lips
All your face
I love you all
This love will never be replaced

Your heart.. your words.. your voice
I love you all
I was born to love you, I have no choice

We're born to be together
I'll love you forever
No matter how much I'm gonna suffer

My love to you will forever exist
On you I'll always insist
Be sure that I don't care for all the rest

You are my fate
Forever I will love you
I'll never hesitate

20 May 2000

by unknown poet

Comments (2)

Jane: I read Whitman’s intention here as ironic. Nature is indifferent to man’s inhumanity to man, disguising and making bearable even the most dreadful of sights.
This short poem is symbolic - the dead, lying out in the open (presumably from the Civil War) , surely deserve honor and illumination by the eternal moon.