Amber Millar

Rookie (18/10/1995 / Plymouth)

Look right through me

Go on, just look right through me,
Like I'm not here,
The more you look, the harder you find it to see,
So stop looking,
Give up,
And I'll appear,
I'll be a little light in the corner of your eye,
I'll grow and grow,
And you'll finally see me,
The tear stained cheeks,
The ruffled hair,
The pouting lips,
But, most of all, the sorrowful, deep eyes,
You'll see me at my worst,
But you can make me my best,
I cried because you ignored me like I wasn't there,
But, if you could see, I'd hate it,
So carry on looking,
You'll never find,
I'm too ashamed of my tears,
Look and look and...look.

Submitted: Thursday, January 31, 2008

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Comments about this poem (Look right through me by Amber Millar )

  • Rookie Tyler Tillett (2/1/2008 10:44:00 AM)

    I like this poem very much. It kind of feels like my situation right now. High Five on this one. lol. But yes I do like it. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Zee Bebany (1/31/2008 11:15:00 AM)

    Your poem is very touching....
    I can feel your pain cos Ive been through this before.
    Some people just dont care (Report) Reply

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