Corey Jones

Rookie - 52 Points (11/23/1992 / Atlanta, GA)

Difference Poem by Corey Jones


I thought about your smile today while waking down the Street.
Memories came flooding in like rain.
The way you looked at me when we'd fall back In love again.
Of course we've had our ups and downs however nonetheless;
your still the one I'd come running to instead of all the rest.
Cause your love beats out the others.
Even in your hate I feel your love.
The darkness that shrouds you is beaten by the light of our love and of my heart.
So smirk at me again as I succumb to my weakness,
it's that simple little thing that gets me every time.
Our differences are what make us great;
and the sacrifices made to keep it together is what stands true.
Though you never want to say it,
you know I'm in love with you.

Submitted: Saturday, August 03, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 30, 2013
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