by rachel m baughman
Saturday, March 14, 2009
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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I wrote this awhile ago and thought that I would put something new on here. I believe that everyone has felt this way at some point in their life and I wanted to share this with you all.
I want to hold you,
instead I hold my feelings in.
I want to kiss you,
instead I bite my tongue.
Memories creep upon me daily,
making me wonder why,
making me angry at the world,
making me defy God's existence.
I want to show you that I love you,
instead I play my role well.
I want to hear your laughter,
instead I see you put on a show.
Knowing what we had,
showing me that there was real love,
showing me that I could trust someone,
I am forever grateful to you.
I want you to be happy,
instead I watch you pretend to be.
I want to really tell you how I feel,
instead I write these words.
I know you more than you realize,
we met not knowing the possibilities,
we loved showing no boundaries,
just know that I will always love and accept you for who you are.
You want to be happy,
instead you make others happy at your expence.
You want to truly smile,
but you fake it well... just as I do.
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|Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle
|An honest poem that was well written.I enjoy reading it,take care
|Reviewed by Gloria Gay
|Showing him the poem - that's all you have to do, because you said it well! Maybe you can start anew.|