Amber Green

Rookie - 0 Points (May 26,1989 / Georgia)

Too Long Poem by Amber Green

It's bad when i have to get her to call
To understand how you feel
But I of course did after all
Simply so I could learn what was real

You may be mad but that's okay
Because now I know
But I need you to read what I say
So that I can let my thoughts show

I want to be with you
But you seem as you dont so I try everything I can do
To get you to open up but you wont
I want to know what goes through your mind

So I plot a simple sneak
Trying to discover the bind
By listening to you speak
I learned many things tonight

By listenening between the words
Mostly I learned I was right
When I'd wondered of what occured
I still dont know how to feel

I still dont know what to think
I'm still wondering what is real
And I'm still looking for the missing link
I dont know what you want

and I am starting not to care
But my mind you'll forever taunt
Simply because I can't be there
So I am not apolagizing for what happened on the phone

And I am not going to say I was wrong
But I am going to leave you alone
To discover the secrets that you've hidden for far too long.

Submitted: Monday, January 08, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, December 21, 2010
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