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Kiva Forsmark

What Do You See In Me?

What do you see in me?
I don't get it,
I'm not cool, I'm a loaner,
I'm not beautiful, I'm ugly,
My eyes are dull, not beautiful,
I'm annoying, not fun to talk to,
I don't get it,
What do you see in me?

You're my complete opposite
I don't get it
You're cool, you're not a loaner
You're beautiful, not ugly
You're eyes aren't dull, they are beautiful
You're not annoying, you're fun to talk to
I don't get it,
You're my complete opposite

How can you love me?
How can I love you?

Submitted: Friday, June 30, 2006
Edited: Thursday, August 12, 2010
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  • Meghan - (7/1/2006 12:38:00 AM)

    I like this poem. I've felt this too and never did understand why the person loved me. But if someones going to love you and you love them too, don't question it, just take it or you'll probably end up regretting it.

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