Thank You

Thank You

A Poem by Fades

Just another old poetry I dug up and edited a bit

Thank You

Thank you for all the years
I was in love with you.

It has opened up my heart
and opened myself to everyone.

Thank you for teaching me to love,
for I have learned to love and live.

Thank you for teaching to look deeper
for now I try to understand others.

I have let you go from back then,
it’s me; I have to let myself go.

You’ve never hurt me, how could you?
for every time I thought about you, I was happiest.

I’ll always love you,
if you should ever need me.

For once you fall in love;
you just can’t fall out of love.

Thank you for being unique and special to me,
from you I have learned that everyone is unique and special.

In time I’ll come to love someone else,
someone so very special.

Maybe I’ll never love her as much as I did you,
but I know I have learned to love and love her I will, as much as I can.

I hope, perhaps I’ve earned more love in my parting
than I ever did in my staying.

Thank You.

© 2020 Fades

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maybe its just me, but I've looked at this a few times and it remains blank but the picture... without the picture I would think oh wow its some sort of thanks for nothing sort of thing.. but it's not even though its wordless... clever, a thousand words of blankness supported by a picture.

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