Karley Kay

Rookie (6/22 / Found My Relief)

Communicate


Looking at you, you stare intently back
I glance away and hope your answer goes unvoiced
'This is just a crush' You say and I look away, trying not to cry
I glance away and hope my silence is enough of an answer

Time goes on and the feeling never leaves and I know what I must do
I have to tell him how I feel, you tell yourself
Taking a deep breath you blurt out your feelings
And wait as the silence stretches on

'Okay atleast your honest, ' you say before walking away
'I care, ' you began, but I cut you off
'As a friend, ' I say, trying to hide the hurt
That I feel inside me, knowing you dont feel the way I do.

Wondering why this feeling is so strong
And why I hurt like this
Maybe I'll never know but, please,
Lean close and whisper the words you feel in your heart.

Submitted: Thursday, October 14, 2010
Edited: Friday, October 29, 2010

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