abigail hoover


runaway Poem by abigail hoover


Run away with me
To a place unknown
A place where no one can judge how we feel
A place where we can be ourselves
Somewhere where we don’t have to hide anything from the person that we love
Running away might be a scary thing to do but I’ll run away anytime with you
We could be together forever
But now we can’t because she got in the way
She loves you
But she has a boyfriend
She is hurting my heart
The heart that loves you
I want to tell you something but I don’t know how to say it
I know that you’ll want to know
I don’t know if you would be there for me
If you every got drunk and something happened between us I would tell you
If something else happens I would tell you but I wanted you to know one thing that
I will always be here for you and no matter what the world throws at me I would always take a bullet for you
That is how much I love you
Even if it kills me just remember that I will always love you!

Submitted: Wednesday, January 30, 2008
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