alicia page

(03/13/96 / Georgia)

do you remember?


Do you remember when you said you loved me?
Do you remember telling me you cared?
Do you remember saying,
You will always be there?

I loved you with all I had
With everything I owned,
I just want to hear you
I want to pick up the phone.

But then I think, why?
Why am I calling you?
Is it possibly because
I have nothing better to do?

You said I was the best you ever had,
Do you still think the same?
Will you please bring me back,
Into this game?

I loved you, and I still do,
But I must try to let go.
Try not to think of
All my old hopes.

Submitted: Wednesday, September 07, 2011

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  • Andrew Ahile (10/17/2011 11:51:00 AM)

    'Your poem make sence yakpka' it means d poem has alot of meaning in it.from were i come.cool (Report) Reply

  • Julius Luke Victorio (9/13/2011 10:20:00 PM)

    I remember telling her those words -
    and the confusion and frustration with love a religion

    fell apart in the space of a few months

    but why only now do I realize I still love her... (Report) Reply

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