Oscar Robles

Rookie - 51 Points (Arizona)

One Day Poem by Oscar Robles


I was picking up the house one day,
Trying to keep my mind off of things
When I came across a beautiful note,
From when you loved me and once wrote

It hit my heart like a semi truck
It burnt a hole like a raging fire
It sent a memory to my brain
When you once had that desire
Now we're torn apart and it hurts like hell
But only me that I can tell.....

I came across two Bobbie pins
That you once wore in your hair,
The scent of Passion Flower filled my nose
As if you were standing with me right there,
How I miss the times of your pretty smile,
Leaving my memory like a million miles

It hit my heart like a semi truck
It burnt a hole like a raging fire
It sent a memory to my brain
When you once had that desire
Now we're torn apart and it hurts like hell
But only me that I can tell.....

Submitted: Saturday, August 16, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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