A Guy In My Mind - Poem by Nicole Melita
Sitting across the room,
I saw you talk and smile.
I wanted to talk to you,
Even for only a little while.
But before I make my move,
My emotions start running wild.
My tongue gets tied,
And that's no lie.
Looking in your eyes,
Looking in your beautiful black eyes.
Feeling your silent stare,
Feeling your quiet presence.
Watching your little smile,
Watching your sudden laugh.
I tell jokes, as if I felt nothing inside.
But the truth is, my stomach got butterflies.
I asked for your phone number, you asked for mine.
And that night, I hardly stop to smile.
Your face appears every then and now.
It's been so long since I acted this how.
Oh boy, what should I do now?
You just stick here in my mind!
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