Loveless Poet (Kyle S.)

A Short Distance (A Long Distance Relationship Tribute) - Poem by Loveless Poet (Kyle S.)

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My name is Jack and i came to play as i first thought of the sight of you

during this whole disarray.I thought of you everyday, typing, texting

during this month of a cold May. I saw you once and you saw me you

are more beautiful than any eye could see, i had to meet you but yet

you are so far away will i make it to be with you during this coming

christmas day? Three years of us being friends as our one year

together becomes so very close this short distance is coming close.

Our love is becoming more alive than to be shown a lie more and

more i begin to believe as i make my walk through this winters eve.

One by one i walked a thousand miles i ran for you, to see you, to hold

you. One day you didnt text or call back as i kept getting closer and

closer to your place so i could see the big smile on your angelic face. I

ran and ran some more; lost but yet close to your place another day

you didnt call or text me back was paranoia overcoming me, i found

your place it is more nicer than i imagined. It was christmas eve as i

walked slowly towards your house i was close to the door but i heard a

laugh or so, i went and peeked in the window she was there very

beautiful and pretty until i saw some other man with her kissed and


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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 29, 2010

Poem Edited: Wednesday, December 1, 2010

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