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Savannah Allison

(August 21 1990)

What Happens Next?

Id love when we'd fall silent,
and every now and then,
you'd whisper that you loved me,
and id smile to myself
as i whisper the same to you,
Its Tender Bliss,
as I blow you a kiss,
you used to love when id do that,
you'd always ask me to do that,
Very rarely did I refuse
I didnt want to blow out the fuse,
That wouldve been silly,
I Loved You,
I havent stopped,
though i get angry sometimes,
but still in the back of my mind,
I still find myself believing,
that you'll change for me,
make your problems history,
Id love falling asleep
on the phone to you,
knowing that you were on the other end,
it comforted me,
I dont have that anymore,
your shut up behind cold metal,
and cement walls,
I sleep in my warm room,
with no fears,
you eat from a tray,
I eat with my family,
I Love you still,
but im sure your over me by now,
my friend says he thinks im wrong,
that you'll still love me in
your freedom,
I wish im as sure
as he is....

Submitted: Tuesday, January 30, 2007
Edited: Thursday, January 06, 2011

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  • LaNka Fateye (1/30/2007 10:13:00 AM)

    wow... this is the good one... ill b lookin forward to read some other of your poems... (Report) Reply

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