Treasure Island

Kayte Stacy

(10/28/93)

I Love You Still


I loved you when you didn't.
I loved you when you cried,
I loved you when you took those pills,
I loved you when you almost died.

I loved you when you were mad,
I loved you when you screamed,
I loved you when you walked away,
I loved you when you hurt me.

I loved you when you looked at me,
I loved you when you beamed,
I loved you when you kissed my cheek,
I loved you while I dreamed.

I loved you when you left,
I loved you said goodbye,
I loved you as you walked out,
I loved you when I cried.

I love you still as I write,
I love you to this day,
I love you while I fight back tears,
I love you while I pray.

I love you though my love has changed,
I love you but it's not the same,
I love you a little less each day,
I love you still but not the same way.

Submitted: Wednesday, October 08, 2008
Edited: Saturday, September 12, 2009

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  • Cain XXX (10/10/2008 12:17:00 AM)

    wow. sad... your poems are really nice, the emotions really show through. (Report) Reply

  • Ayesha Sartawi (10/8/2008 7:18:00 PM)

    the repetition gives its effect atleast to me because by every i love you sentence you added showed me the amount of love aswel as loyalty you felt towards him.
    v.nice keep going (Report) Reply

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