Erin Massiello

(August 1987 / Connecticut)

Unwritten


Understand me
I am an uwritten piece of paper
Emotions are everywhere
But no one can see it
The love is in front of you
Yet it is undeniable invisable

I have stories
That will open your soul
and allow a tear to shed
Stories
That will make you laugh
Until your belly hurts

I have lists of sins
Which can go on forever
but it's stuck in a corner
Crumpled into a ball
I have lists of good
Which stops too short
Lying on top of everything else
So the world can see

I am an unwritten piece of paper
Stories to be told
Mistakes to be made
Secrets revealed
Love to began

I am an unwritten piece of paper
Painfully unwritten
Waiting for the writer
The writer to write
Write all the stories
All the secrets
Waiting to be loved

Submitted: Saturday, June 23, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, March 16, 2011
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