Frank Pulver

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Always be Loved Poem by Frank Pulver


Damn, why does everyone want to jump on my case? ...
Yes, those are the words that I hear you quietly and always say…
This is why I am here to offer you a warm embrace…
So that you can feel the love and that you will be okay…

So when you are alone and those deep shadows appear…
Always remember, no matters what happens to you…
That I will always be near…
And I will travel the world to make your dreams to come true.

This is I do not want to let you get far away…
Especially if you ever feel down and unloved...
Then you will finally see that I am with you always…
And that you will always be loved…

By Frank Pulver

Submitted: Thursday, April 18, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 02, 2013

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This is what I am here to show that one person that will let me in

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