Lorcelie A Tenorio


Love So True


Thinking of you all day through
Is all I can do.
There were times I cannot surpass
This loneliness in my heart.

Reminiscing the times we had
The joyful times and hearts in love.
It felt so good that we were bound
By each other’s unconditional love.

Honey, we had ups and downs
We always forgive each other at once.
We can’t stand a lost time
So we gave each other another chance.

You and I cannot be made apart
Even by nature’s great desire.
Coz this love we have
Is the strongest among mankind.

This poem I made for you
Is lovingly and heartily dedicated to you.
Wishing that someday….
You and I will be true.

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Lorcelie A. Tenorio
25 March 2011
(Thursday 12: 51 am)

Submitted: Monday, April 15, 2013
Edited: Monday, April 15, 2013

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