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I may never

I may never be there to hold you tight
I may never be your guiding light
I may never be the one who teaches you what's right 
I may never be the girl you sleep with every night

I may never be what you expect me to
Everything I want to be is hiding inside of me
If only you could see
Only with you I want to spend eternity

I may never share my love with you
I may never show you how much I love you
I may never give you anything that feels so true
I may never be the only one for you

I would never be with you 
That's the honest truth 
Despite of that you'll always be my love
Even now that you are flying way up above

I may never be the one who dry up your tears
I may never be the one who fight with your fears
I may never be the one who with you spend years
I may never be the one who live in your dreams
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Submitted on October 09, 2013

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"life isn't measured by the numbers of breaths you take, but by the moments that take your breath away". With my poetry, I want to make more of those breathtaking moments, to put everything I feel into words and let everyone else enjoy it as well as learning from it.English is not my first language, therefore I'd like to hear any grammar or spelling mistakes. Thank you all for understanding, and enjoy reading. :) more…

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