Travis Johnson

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How Do I Say... Poem by Travis Johnson


it seem like the more I wanna tell her
the more things get better
but Im not getting happier
and I don’t wanna put it in a letter
so how do I say
that I think we should be over
and I don’t wanna hurt her
or give her the cold shoulder
I really love her
But the love aint the same
There’s nobody else
Im jus ready for a change
And my heart is filled with love
Jus not for her
Even though when she’s around
She keeps me warm like fur
When she’s asleep I stay up
wondering what to do
and I don’t wanna put everything on the line
and come out being a fool
she has everything that a guy wants
but she’s not the one for me
even though she’s so kind
and this girl is so sweet
she tells me she loves me
and only me
but when we’re together our love is like
a new born baby without a heart beat

Submitted: Saturday, May 16, 2009
Edited: Tuesday, October 27, 2009

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