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Should Have Known
by John H Bidwell

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Should Have Known

Excuse me if I lie in bed all-night and think of you.
It’s just a life long habit that I somehow got in to.
You always were so beautiful to me- yet who knows why?
It’s just, I never thought you’d say “Goodbye.”

I’ve got such precious memories of all the love we shared.
You said I was your special one, you said that we were paired.
You had that way of making me so happy I would cry...
It’s just, I never thought you’d say “Goodbye.”

So many things kept happening to point at you and me,
As if this was a wondrous love we knew was meant to be.
The times we were together- I have never been so high.
It’s just, I never thought you’d say “Goodbye.”

We were two giddy poets walking through the land of love
Encompassing the wonder that must come from up above.
And soaking in the romance that was raining from the sky...
It’s just, I never thought you’d say “Goodbye.”

And yet, you have a way of choosing cold and distant men.
I never understood it, but I’m sure you will again.
So when you found a soulmate who will love you ‘till I die,
I should have known that you would say “Goodbye.”

John H. Bidwell

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Reviewed by Trixie Love
Hi John,
Such a sad heartfelt
Written so beautiful.

Trixie :)
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner

this one grabs the heart and squeezes it--very deeply felt this one--excellent, emotive, well written piece

((((((HUGS)))))--hope this is fiction


karla. :(
Reviewed by Marie Wadsworth
Gripping and heartwrenching. Yes, love is a risk. You never know what is going to happen. But it is better to have loved and lost but to have never loved at all. Keep up the good work.
Reviewed by Taylor Trenton (Reader)
This is very moving .
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie
Such a beautiful and moving poem, so well written, and so very sad,

Reviewed by Kate Clifford
This has been well penned by the heart. Great write!
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
Oh this one grabs you by the heart and play 'Heartaches by the numbers" on it...very sad ,sas,damn sad poem!!

I know what this feels like all tooo well!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Vesna Vanessa
..I snuck out of the ward down to the nurses room ..just a quick look at AD....hmm..and what do I find?..hmmm My dear friend Robert, in turmoil..No, no Rob, never leaves does it? least you have SOME beautiful memories..that's MORE than most of us can say isn't it?..a Beloved is ALWAYS there... be it in the physical or spirit..:)...
Beautiful write..well written ...the emotion just explodes and grips the reader...
Bye now...
Reviewed by Erica Ivory
John.. I can certainly relate to this... Very well done.. Reminds me of a song. Excellent!
Reviewed by Jaclynn Huntington
So many can relate to this as do I. Very emotionally charged... wonderfully written.

Reviewed by T. Emilie Dybevik (Reader)
Very tear jerking poetry that exposes the heart and soul! Crying words like this are just..... this was fabu! Sad but very real and many know this same feeling.

Reviewed by Tami Ryan

This is superb in meter and message, as always! This one is full of emotional depth - beginning to end. The last verse is especially well done. Thanks for sharing.

Reviewed by Linda Hill
Great depth of emotion..
I'm sorry for your pain.

Reviewed by E T Waldron
A splendid poem with such excellent rhyme and meter,even though sad in it's goodbye...

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