It Was Always You

It Was Always You

A Poem by Leah

I wrote this from a GUY'S point of view. I went through a phase... Inspiration: Sara; song by: Love Arcade. I wrote it to the melody of that song. Written: Feb. 21st 2007 "A Snow Day"


Please understand that the only thing

That matters.

Is holding you again.

For the first time-

I see you smile at me

And I think, God how can that be?

But I know that it’s not true.

I mean, how could you ever do-


I love-

For the very first time.

I can’t-

Ignore. I love you more…

Than he does.


Every situation in my mind.

Never turned out like it did today.

Never thought I’d hear myself say,

I don’t love you.

In your heart, you know it’s not



I love-

For the very last time.

I will-

NOT ignore that I will always love-

You more.

Than anyone.


I never. Meant it. It wasn’t true.

The only one I’ve ever loved-

Always and forever…



© 2008 Leah

Author's Note

Was ORIGINALLY written with the melody (second verse) going again after "...true" DOES IT FIT???

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I enjoyed it, well written, like the style, flow and the message. Bravo.

Posted 12 Years Ago

1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Yes it fits. I love this poem.

Posted 12 Years Ago

1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

I really really love this poem, and not just because I am in love with love... I thought that it was a true reconition of what all people don't always say.... aloud.

hats off
Bella =)

Posted 12 Years Ago

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3 Reviews
Added on July 27, 2008



still over there, thinking of why you're not here., IN

hello there- i thought that it was time to update my biography. i "got my heart back" on the christmas break of 2008; i don't know if it was my boyfriend at the time's fault, or just some Godly mish.. more..

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A Poem by Leah