Marrissia Holliday

Rookie (june 5th 1994)

Try


kiss me just a little slower
love me just a little bit longer.
smile for me baby just one more time
I'm begging
I'm not saying stay forever
but baby don't say never
just try to feel what i feel if only for a moment
kiss me like you mean it baby
love me like i love you
hold me like the last time..
baby just try...
try for me..

Submitted: Monday, May 24, 2010

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  • Rookie Marrissia Holliday (6/2/2010 12:06:00 AM)

    'as much as i hate to say it...i think you are trying to hard. it shouldnt be forced. it should just happen and be mutual. ive always been told good things will come to those who wait. your young..worry about building a stable life to be on your own and it will happen along the way. i wish that would help you..but i dont think it will mean a damn thing in the end '
    this poem was written out of bordom... lol I not for anyone (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 3 Points Adam Reed (6/2/2010 12:02:00 AM)

    as much as i hate to say it...i think you are trying to hard. it shouldnt be forced. it should just happen and be mutual. ive always been told good things will come to those who wait. your young..worry about building a stable life to be on your own and it will happen along the way. i wish that would help you..but i dont think it will mean a damn thing in the end (Report) Reply

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