Byron Cornell Ford II

Rookie ((May 13th,1988- / New York)

Almost Lost Everything...2 Her - Poem by Byron Cornell Ford II

Almost lost everything off what i was taught
our minds intertwine in a web of infatuation were caught
I had you waiting too long already, consequences for my thoughts
the girl i couldnt put a name too, i now long for and thank you for all the change that you brought
I never really didnt know ya name, it just covered up the shyness
all the choked up words and panicky throat dryness
slow & steady wins the race
lets take it slow, so the truth can be presented to ya face
its been a month and i havent yet lied
ya bodi is a carnival, i got mad tickets for the sex rides
your sex drives me all over the road
i used to just be all over
when it was all over, Alone
now we do what it do and hold conversations on the phone
been a month since urkel, look how you've grown
you shuld never give out ya heart unless he places you on a throne
cause girl youll be my princess until your my queen
And its your turn for double, im feeling ya genes
reaching on the floor trying to feel for ya jeans
cause aint nothing sexier then when ya getting dressed
complaining how ya hair is everywhere and looking a mess
arguing with nobodis, I'm growing tired of pests
they shuld all get together and start a protest
Put up signs like: 'How u gon do that for someone you dont even know yet? '
'He dont take you to dinner everyday and buy you clothes sets! ! ! '
all things i aint gonna sweat, B-low can handle my threats
and explain to them all the feelings we used to get in the back of they girls necks
haters is sick, im suprised they havent hurled yet
damn you overseas and still aint got a girl yet.....
Inherited all them Gz and stopp'd doing them curl sets
calling my chick phone, damn still aint got a girl yet
Janitors head to the toilet bowls these dudes bout to hurl next......

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 1, 2006

Poem Edited: Monday, November 1, 2010

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