Dakota Ellerton

Rookie (December 23,1993 / Cobourg)

Not A Day Goes By, That I Don't Think Of You


I couldn't sleep
I was thinking of you
holding your hand
and kissing you too

we sat in the car
and I held your hand
it felt so relaxing
even though your no man

yes it is true
but so is this
I would give anything
for one sweet kiss

sit in the dark
watch the snow fall
or go to the movies
and sit in the mall

I don't care where we go
as long as i'm with you
time stops comes to a halt
then I can be true

I love your personality
I love how you're funny
so I ask you this
will you be my hunny?

I wait for an answer
But there's something I must say
I think that I love you
sorry things turned out this way

I know you're confused
I know you don't love me
that's what hurts the most
knowing we won't ever be

Submitted: Sunday, December 07, 2008
Edited: Sunday, March 08, 2009

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Comments about this poem (Not A Day Goes By, That I Don't Think Of You by Dakota Ellerton )

  • Rookie Marie Brown (12/7/2008 2:02:00 PM)

    I know how difficult it is when the person you love doesn't truly understand how you feel,
    and its almost impossible to try get into their mind.
    Sometimes you feel you have to let go. But you just can't.
    Not until all feeling is numb.
    Love your poem
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