Alicia Gomez


Isn't it funny how one grain of salt can become millions?
And how a small dropp of water can later become billions?

Isnt it funny how a couple of tears
can turn into a dread that can last
years and years

And how a heart can break not only in half
but in so many pieces shattered completely
to the point you know it will never be whole again

And it ISNT funny how I love you so much
and how you knew but you were too
distracted by her touch

Oh how I cried and cried about you all the time
and all that pain I felt for you now looking back
seems like a crime

What I hated most was how 'clueless' you were
it pissed me off
because you knew how I felt you just thought
maybe if I act lost she wont think I know

Well, I did and if you still 'dont know'
by now let me clue you in

All that pain and anger I felt?
that was for you

And the ocean that I cried in the beginning
of this poem
well, that was for you too

Submitted: Sunday, October 08, 2006
Edited: Thursday, October 14, 2010
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