LOVE_AND HATE_ Lyle Ashwyn Holland
'Faith In Love' - Poem by LOVE_AND HATE_ Lyle Ashwyn Holland
To Keep my faith in love,
is really getting hard.
Its been like 7months,
And its heavy on my heart.
Each moment with you,
I enjoyed every part.
I don't wanna be...
Just another, Torn Apart.
But the best times do outweigh the worst ones,
So Let's pretend our last is our 1st. For Just once_
Because We were once friends.
So I thought we stood a chance.
I thought you understood,
when you held my hands.
Do you still see love in my eyes when you glanced_
Just look again if you've missed it before,
I wanna love only you or not love no more__
Hope you still know I'm here for you,
Just wish you were near.
Feel like every time I shed a tear for you, Your feeling's disappear_
Are you moving on? Because I'm still holding on_
You wanna grow apart, I wanna be growing strong_
So I'm still here trying. I wish I could stop,
Because Inside I'm dying. I love you a lot_
I still have so much to give,
you feel like you gave it your all.
Is that the reason we gave up.
And made that call? _
Let's give it another try.
Baby We've come too far,
Wanna make the world jealous...
Of what stars we are_
Lets do it one more time,
But Let's just do it different.
I know you don't feel like it,
I just wish you'd listen_
Is it better to have loved and lost,
than not to have loved at all...
I say its better to have the 1 you love,
And not have to love anyone else anymore_
Keep ya Faith Now, keep ya faith in love...
Keep ya faith now, keep ya faith in God_
Poet's Notes about The Poem
When things get tough, its hard to believe things will get better...
In life and in love_ trying to keep the faith in a person and in God to make things better once again.
Especially during make ups and break ups.
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