Mel. D.


Travel Poem by Mel. D.


If I told you I didn't like you,
Would that fix my sin?
If I were to say I wasn't in love,
Would you love me again?

I was an idiot to let you know
That I love you in this way.
But there is nothing I can do now,
There is nothing I can say.

I know things will never be the same,
But I just want it to be close.
So when I say, 'I love you, '
You won't think I'm gross.

I want to hug you without worrying
About how you'll take my embrace.
I want to talk to you without worrying
If, in your mind, what I say is a disgrace.

I just want to rewind the time,
Go as far back as I can travel.
Back to when we were simply friends.
Back before it all started to unravel.

Submitted: Sunday, September 9, 2012

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