Sara Burnheart

Rookie (JUNE 7th / PHILLY)

Heart Ache (The one thing I wish I could say Sorry)


I should HATE him
WHY can’t I just HATE
Him the guy that
Took my heart and
Smashed it and crumbed it
Into small piece
I miss the old
GUY
The love of my life
The eight years old
The boy who stood up
For his best friend
He and myself
The two outsiders
The two and only
Boy and girl
Who know that “Boys and Girls have Cooties? ”
Was a bunch of Bull? !
Something to intimate
The weak and heartless
They two kids
Who know the true meaning of:
My best Friend or my “girlfriend/boyfriend”
The boy who I meet at 4
The two shy little kids
Playing with the blocks
In preschool
The best years of my life
When I had no cares or worries
In the world
The PREFECT family
Mommy, Grandma, Poppy and twin
And BFF
Or not
Leaving my home
Everything changed I had to say goodbye or not
To my BFF and my poppy
One I couldn’t say goodbye to
The one thing I regret not doing

Submitted: Saturday, July 31, 2010
Edited: Saturday, July 31, 2010

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