Marissa Myers


Sea Poem by Marissa Myers


Calmly and coolly
I sit at the sea
Jsut sitting here wondering
About you and me
Wondering if things will turn out
The way I want them to be
Calmly and coolly
I'm sitting at sea

Not loving you is hard
But loving you is shameful
It's easy to hate you
B/c my love for you is so strong it's painful

Calmly and coolly
I sit at the sea
Jsut sitting here wondering
About you and me
Wondering if things will turn out
The way I want them to be
Calmly and coolly
I'm sitting at sea

I pass by you all the time
I see you in the halls
Sometimes I just sit there
Thinking about our phone calls
We could go hours
Just listening to each other breath
Wondering what would happen
If one of us were to leave

Calmly and coolly
I sit at the sea
Jsut sitting here wondering
About you and me
Wondering if things will turn out
The way I want them to be
Calmly and coolly
I'm sitting at sea

Submitted: Friday, March 14, 2008

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