Treasure Island

Karley Kay

(6/22 / Found My Relief)

He's Not You


He smiles at me and hugs me close
He tells me he loves me
Forever and Always
But it makes me sad to see
That He's not you.

You were my world
You meant everything to me
At one time but not anymore
I have to forget about you and about us
But he's not you.

He may make me smile
And try to help me forget
But no matter what
I'll always see you
And be sad that he's not you.

You ignore me when I call
When I text you get mad
You say you dont care
But I know you still do
But he's not you.

He kisses me, hugs me close
Telling me he loves me
Laughing about everything
I start to forget
Only one problem- He's not you.

Submitted: Thursday, January 13, 2011
Edited: Friday, January 28, 2011

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