What To Do With My Hands
by Southern Comfort
Sunday, May 20, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.
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In a break-up someone always gets hurt.
What would happen if the one that caused the break-up wanted to go back?
Thank-you for seeing me, I know it was hard to do,
I know you must hate me, my just leaving like that, I was cruel to you.
I'll start by saying that I'm sorry, I didn't mean to cause you pain,
Baby, you look so good, why did I leave? I must have been insane.
What to do with my hands?, I want to touch you so,
If I took your hands in mine, would you shrug me off and go?
I know I blew the chance, to have you for all time,
I never knew what I really had, when you were mine.
What to do with my hands?, I want to caress your face,
Does your heart hold any love for me, is there still a trace?
Oh, I just noticed your hand, you are wearing a wedding ring,
Oh, so you were married, last Spring.
Finding out that you are married, is a painful blow,
Now I know what to do with my hand, shake yours and just go.
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|Reviewed by Michael LaSalle
|.. P.a, as a reader I totally focus on the messege implied by the author, absorbing the words, with the specific intent to transfer them into emotions in order to understand the messege in essence,
and i am just so in awe of your work!, you should know that you are truly Genius in poeticness. i cannot shake that feeling, love it, love ya, mike
|Reviewed by Georg Mateos
|On halloween, a man shouldn't carry another man's pumpkin under his arm.
So, let that pumpkin on the other woman's porch.
|Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader)
|Puts it all in perspective.
Enjoyed, especially the last line.
|Reviewed by J M
|YES to the last line. This one so many could relate too the expression of
disloyalty in a relationship is painful a big blow thanks for this one...
|Reviewed by Connie Faust
|A very moving, realistic poem. Well-done.
|Reviewed by Lewis Findley (Reader)
|sometime sugar mama best thing to do is move on. (more often than not matter of fact) -- love ya "Teddy"|
|Reviewed by Silent Dream
|I like how you captured the uncertainty and regret of the one who wanted to 'go back', unsure of what to do with their hands. Could truly see that as you described it. So nicely done, as always ;) ((Hugs and LOve)) ~yourDreamyGal|
|Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson
|I agree with Tiana..