Sean Schaeffer


Driven To Madness (a Love Poem)


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I am obsessed.

People say that I'm blessed.

But in reality its a curse.

Its truly the worst.

Whenever its her I see.

It feels more dream than reality.

She's stuck so far in my mind.

That its myself, thats hard to find.

I think about her night and day.

And how my passions always play.

I want to run far far away.

But everything she is, forces me to stay.

The simple flow of her hair.

Has caught me in a deadly snare.

Every time I see her eyes.

I wish our hearts would synchronize.

Every time I see her smile.

My heart turns into a broken pile.

I am a complete mess.

So am I truly blessed?

She's only one out of a billion.

Yet i would love her even if she's reptilian.

I don't know who I am anymore.

My heart feels broken and sore.

I watch her from far away.

As I quietly say.




I love you...

Submitted: Wednesday, April 03, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 11, 2013

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Just a Love poem I wrote last year about someone who I fell head over heels for, but they never noticed me.

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