• A Poem I Wish I Never Read

    by  • November 27, 2011 • * Safe for Work *, Confession • 2 Comments

    The sweet morning dew
    And the tranquility it brings
    Reminds me so much of you
    Almost like an angel without wings.
    Just like dew, you can be cold
    And like a flash you can be gone
    But your true value is more than gold
    And more beautiful than the sunlight at dawn.
    Your personality is inspiring
    Your eyes are everything true
    Sometimes it’s tiring
    What I have to go through.
    Loving you makes me feel like a part of high society
    Even with the outcomes being stress and anxiety.

    I’m sorry I’m cold. I’m sorry I can’t love you back. It’s incredibly sweet that you wrote about me for an English assignment, but now I’m always feeling bad about talking to you. I wish things would go back to how they were. Before you liked me, when we were just friends.

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    2 Responses to A Poem I Wish I Never Read

    1. Author of post
      November 27, 2011 at 10:34 pm

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    2. Hannah
      July 24, 2012 at 2:20 am

      The poem is quite beautiful.
      Regardless of who it was written for or by.
      But I wonder, what is your life like with the author of the poem now?



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