by ♥ Kari Hirshey ♥
Monday, January 06, 2003
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Crying, feeling so alone, not for the first time,
I said I thought you were not like the rest.
As you sit up high, leaving me in the grime,
And it took all the stregnth I possesed,
To tell you to leave my life.
I am tired of all this strife.
Then I found you, and you rocked my world,
And turned my views around,
Until my heart back at me you hurled,
And the blow sent me sprawling to the ground.
Typical guy that I seem to find...
Their memories I can't seem to shake from mind.
But the vision passed, and here you stand,
In front of my face as real as it gets.
And an explaination I demand,
For all the past fights that I have come to regret.
But you are not the typical guy,
Over which I would take 10 minutes to cry.
Realizaton of how dangerously much I do care,
It it frightens me, as I am sure it does you,
For so long your feelings you were unaware.
But these emotions through torture shine through,
And I finally have the rag pulled from my eyes,
As again I see your emotions you tried to disguise.
Why? Isn't that the man you promised you weren't?
Tell me one thing,
Do you want all your bridges to be burnt?
All this can bring,
Is more pain,
Are you gonna take me for a ride again?