Destiny Kohler

Rookie (September.14th,1991 / Michigan)

Its Only You


I have liked you since the seventh grade,
Now were seniors in high school,
You are with her,
And I am with him,

Are you happy with her?
I'm not with him,
Whatever happened to us?
I miss it,
I miss you,
I wanna see you,
Those brown eyes,
That smile,
Your laugh that lingers in the room,
Late night phone calls,
Our momma's tell us its time for bed,
And yet we hide the phones so we could still talk,
Doing each others homework,
Talking from sun rise to night fall,
Walking home together,
I have a secret....
I left home because I couldn't take seeing you with her,
You have hurt me,
And yet I still love you,
You didn't know that did you?

We'll both be leaving for college soon,
What will happen then?
When I come to visit your mom,
Will I see your face?
I only wish it could be like old time,
The late night talks,
Our little walks,

I have another secret,
Honey, It has always been you,
You and only you,
I have loved you since the seventh grade,
Only you

By: Destiny Kohler
December.9th,2010
5: 56 P.M.

Submitted: Thursday, December 09, 2010
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