Karon Yan

T~T~ Not So Bad After All ~ T~T Poem by Karon Yan

I remember when we used to climb bars
It took all my wits to stand and watch her go by
It took all my guts to get out of the car
It took all my effort to say to her good~bye

It felt like felt like something stabbed my heart
That night i cried
It felt like a humongas dart
And then i sighed

I didnt think i could get over the grief
I felt like a fallen leaf
Later that year i didnt feel so sad
It hadnt felt so bad

I held on to hope that she might come back
The door bell rang and when i answered i thought i might have a heart attack
My heart beated so fast
It was like a racing bus

Guess who was there?
I could see black everywhere
I raced over and took her in a hug
Bet she felt like being squashed like a bug!

The next time u feel this way
Then just tell your self hey!
Someday she'll come back
The poket the sad thought into a sack!

Submitted: Tuesday, April 15, 2008
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