Elsa Bear Poems
|43.||The Last Weekend||9/3/2006|
|44.||Ode To A Jummy (Funny Stuff)||9/4/2006|
|46.||A Good Night Out||4/8/2005|
|47.||Straight From The Bottle||6/20/2005|
|48.||A Slow Journey On A Hot Bus||6/28/2005|
|49.||Will You Forgive Me?||9/3/2006|
|50.||Mine And Yours||12/29/2005|
|51.||Stepping Into Gotham||6/5/2005|
|54.||For A Friend||5/21/2005|
|55.||For The G-Man||5/21/2005|
|61.||A Stitch In Time||6/16/2005|
|63.||If I Left||8/29/2005|
|64.||I Have Felt Sadness||7/27/2005|
|70.||Her Choice, Her Punishment||12/26/2004|
Comments about Elsa Bear
you always promised me that things wouldn't change
and that youd love me all the same
youd be there for me when i was happy or sad
youd wipe away every tear that i cried
and i believed you
for all those promises were worth i belived youd keep them
every broken promise was another bitter tear
trailing miserably down my pale cheek
sometimes i believed that promises were made to be broken
but hearts, like childhood dreams were not
photographs torn to shreds
left like shattered truths
the ruins of what was onece viewed as a perfect childhood lay stretched out ...
it was all my fault,
i broke my heart as well as his
i hurt as much as he did.
three times i did it because i didnt know.
i didnt know i loved him.
i didnt know i cared so much,
i'd hurt so much, i'd cry so much.
it really was a scene from a movie