With all of your beautiful smiles my way

All of the sweet words you tended to say

All of the laughter you set free

I almost thought you were happy to see me


With all of the times we happily talked

All of the times we hand-in-hand walked

All of the times we together would be

I almost thought you enjoyed my company


With all of the encouragement you gave

All of the mistakes that you forgave

All of the locks for which you gave a key

I almost thought you cared about me


With all of our moments which gave me content

All of the compassion and kindness you lent

All of the affection you inclined to decree

I almost thought you loved me


  • Author: Emi (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: April 15th, 2011 19:35
  • Category: Sad
  • Views: 35
  • Users favorite of this poem: StormyDay, Jalso, Anna.


  • broken_dreams23

    Aware so sweet! 🙂 good job

    • Emi

      Thanks. 🙂

    • StormyDay

      I think your poetry is maturing. Good job! Such a delightful read.
      ~May writer's block never stay your pen and may a blank page never give you cause to fear!

      • Emi

        Thank you so much! 🙂

      • Huzaidi Hashim

        Nice! You can even put it to music!

        • Emi

          Thanks! 🙂

        • Anna

          I LOVE THIS POEM! In general, I love all your poems... you`re probably my most beloved poet in the entire website! Another job well done to you Emi! But I need a little help... I love your poem, and I understood all of it; but why does it say `I though you enjoyed my company`and so on? Why would he act that way towards her is he didn`t enjoy being with her and stuff?

          • Emi

            He could have a few different reasons I guess. Maybe he is just really good friends with her and the girl thinks too much into it and thinks that he likes her, but is crushed when she realizes that he doesn't. Or maybe he's a jerk and just uses her. It could be a lot of different things. 🙂

            • Anna

              Ooh... That`s super clever (*o*)

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