Forever & Always


If we were children

I would make you a Valentine

Uneven red paper heart

With a tiny hand print

A little poem scrawled on the front


If we were old and dying

I would lie down next to you

And wrap my arms around your shoulders

Close my timeworn eyes

And die happily that way


If we were prince and princess

I would beg my father

To allow you to court me

And we would set off

Through the gardens of the palace


If we were in a fairytale

I would throw a ball

Only you would be invited

And we would dance and dance

As our wings lifted us higher


If we were us

I would make you a Valentine

I would wrap my arms around you

We would dance forever and ever

And I would love you always




  • Author: Emi (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: February 20th, 2011 11:49
  • Category: Love
  • Views: 33
  • Users favorite of this poem: StormyDay, Cheeky Missy, Anna.
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  • Cheeky Missy

    Excellent! Beautiful, delightful, romantic and sweet! I love all your images expressing your adoring love. It is lovely.

  • Anna

    I love how you bring everything together in the end.. it's very sweet!

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