Jacob Gifford

Rookie (1995 / plano Illinois)

I Hope You Remember Me


My love for Her
will last forever,  
Her skin against mine,
as soft as a feather,
This love can last
threw any weather.
Her hands in mine,
Fingers tangled like twin,
Hands running through hair,
Trying to make Her aware,
Of how much I love Her,
Me and her together all night,
Holding her so very tight,
and when I'm with her,
Everything seems all right,
Her beauty shines,
Like the brightest light.
She made my heart soar like a kite,  
And fly like a bird,
My heart so high,
But when She said those Words my heart fell straight outta the sky,
Why did She have to lie,
Why did She have to make me
Sigh, cry, and want to die.
My heart hit the ground,
pieces flew all around.
She smashed it to dust,  
And left me to rust.
As I laid there bleeding, watching her get smaller and smaller till no more,  
I looked down at my shattered remains,
I saw a piece of her heart, and a piece of mine missing,
So we could remember the Times we spent kissing,
I yelled to her hoping she would hear,
As one more hot tear,
Rolled down my check,  
Goodbye my angel,  
and Goodbye forever.

Submitted: Saturday, September 18, 2010
Edited: Tuesday, April 01, 2014

Topic of this poem: love hurts


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