Olivia Capulet

(18/04/1989 / Worksop, Nottinghamshire)

Unspoken


I told you once I loved you
In intoxicated breaths
You never heard a single sound
Of anything I said
I knew you wouldn’t remember
So I never said a word
Inside I knew I was dying
Desperate to be heard

I told you that I liked you
And still you didn’t know
Everything I said to you
The scars that I showed
Invisible - indecorous
These fast delayed dreams
Changing every second
As I quieten my screams

Submitted: Thursday, April 24, 2008
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  • Lissa P (4/24/2008 8:07:00 PM)

    deep, moving
    As they say a good poem is just the right words in the right order
    well all your words were completly correct and in an astronaomicla oreder (Report) Reply

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