True Eyes


Solved Mystery Poem by True Eyes


Years we have known,
moments we've taken for granted
hours spent torturing ourselves and denying
the FACT that we
wanted to be more than friends

Imaginations soaring,
crossing into each other's
sky of thoughts
Tension causing unexpected
heat
that almost boiled over on
graduation

Exchanging continuous hugs and gazes,
both yearning to unite our lips..

What punks we are,
too scared to tell each other
how we felt
face to face,
but can send our feelings through the air,
for millions to see,
to make our phones shed light
through the darkness of our
insecurities

Keri was right,
love can knock you down
But like Corinne, I do get
breathless because I know
that you're a great guy
who truly cares
So I'm glad we put our fate in
God's hands and
decided to strengthen the
friendship that we
share.

Submitted: Monday, July 13, 2009
Edited: Monday, July 13, 2009
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