Marcquiese Burrell

Rookie - 164 Points (2/21/1987 / Baltimore, MD)

Serious


Unimportant matters shall not be discussed
Have the common courtesy for another
Just your disapproval speaks volumes alone
The time you regarded the cherished friend
in an envious way
You wished that you, too,
had a friend, who cherished your presence
Important matters should be discussed
Have the common courtesy to acknowledge me
Just you disapproving speaks more volumes
The time you disregarded true desires
in refused invitations
You wished that you, too,
Had a friend, Who'd value your need to be loved
Engaged in serious thoughts
Thinking back accepting the rejections
But persevere still unphased or that it seems
Emotions were perceived and sincere
Honestly still I await a dream
To love who may never notice loves them

Submitted: Wednesday, September 17, 2008
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