andrew Diaz

Americas' Interlude

Americas' interlude:
beauty so amazing,
has me pacing,
with you,
idid not have to prove me,
you already knew me.
iwould hold you and yell 'Ilove you'
so you could see,
missing you more than ever lately,
this breath of fresh air has me shakey,
you're the only one to know the next move ibe making,
the next step ibe taking,
you took my breath away, hocus pocus;
now that you're gone im afraid ilost focus,
but for you, im going to pick up this pen,
write this poem and win,
write the message press,
for a while my heart was going through changes
some sort of different stages,
now poems take up six pages,
with you,
iknew the three words were true,
how meant them?
a few,
but iwould like thank you,
for making proud,
iswear if your beauty had a voice,
it'd be loud,
for a while, iwas stuck with this sick cloud,
thank you for keeping me sane,
thought of you always sticks to my brain,
theres wall and you were behind,
but igot to where you were,
iwish icould rewind it,
it's so could of a story,
if iknew, iwould just sign it, .
thank you for being there whenever you were needed,
the momment ilaid eyes on you, if icould;
iwould repeated.
the thought of you,
has me living life like im supposed to,
but iswear the wind was getting cold,
now im back,
guess you can say im back to attack,
feed your mind, blood, brain, all that iknow,
which isnt, that iknow,
but if you didn't get the picture,
i'll paint a picture to show.

footnote-
there's far more obstacles in this world we must face, through the eyes of us all we see life as a cruel item, life is what you make it out to be, you choose what you desire to do with it, life is life, simple as that, heartbreak is taken the way you want it to be, some can pick themselves up right after, but some get pumbled to the ground, don't allow yourself to be hurt.

Poem Submitted: Sunday, October 3, 2010

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