Do not tell me that you will love me always, because such word does not exist.
At the end of this first sentence, I am wondering what word you are talking about. Love or always.
Maybe the word always should not be included in the sentence, because that way it would be clear right away that you were talking about the word love.
Oh... nevermind, I see that always was the operative word. Maybe you should do this:
Do not tell me that you will love me "always," because such word does not exist.
Yet, it is not quite right to say the word does not exist. You can say, "such a word does not signify anything real."
As I continue to read... this is powerful writing! Here is some grammar stuff:
Because for ten years after
Father and me
to go to America, I have learned that sorrow is also momentary.
Great use of brevity here: We were homeless. We were hungry and thirsty.
However, the darkness
fled away. We have...
:-) Thanks for posting this!