April Swan

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An Offer With Love


My love will
Always be with you
It may be broke in to
But do you remember
What I told you
That I love you
More than anything
And I have not cared
About someone as much
As you since my mother
My mother was not perfect
She was not always there
She is not now
I love her
She gives me no pain
For I overlooked it
With the love that was there
I will always love you
And nothing will change that
Because I am making a promise
To you
And it breaks my heart
To give this offer to you
But I must
Because I will not put you
Under my weight
I love you too much my flower
And am not saying
you have to go now
I am saying you can leave
When you need to
You need to stay true to you
I am scared
But I understand
I just wish you will understand
And forgive me
For I am not doing this for me
But for you ok?

Submitted: Saturday, March 30, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 23, 2013
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this poem was a past feeling. Only may happen in a non long distance relationship. This poem was written for some-one and is a dedication that can not happen unless it is truly needed. It is a dedication for some-one I love in case they feel an overall need or are in a state of needing space in an actual need. I dedicate this to my family..

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