kayla martinez

(August 8,1994 / Elko, Nevada)

You Mean Everything To Me


Recently I told you how I feel,
You told me it was no big deal.
I can't help but think you're wrong.
This all reminds me of a sad song.

I trust you, believe me,
I just have too much insecurity.
Yesterday, I didn't talk to you.
And that's what I looked forward to.

I thought that things were awkward,
And that's why you didn't say a word.
Then I remembered what you said,
The words go over in my head.

I needed to know why you weren't on,
By nine o'clock, all hope was gone.
Eleven and a half hours I waited,
Then this poem was created.

I need you more than anything now,
Because without you, there's no wow.
You mean everything to me.
This is something you couldn't see.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 03, 2009
Edited: Tuesday, February 03, 2009

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