kayla gray

As Life Moves On - Poem by kayla gray

As I saw you there watching me, I always wonder what you see. But as life moves on I wonder what you see. But as life moves on I wonder what could go wrong. I never thought, I’d say this but it’s the truth. I love you. And I know you love me to. But as I watch you, you look so good with your bronze hair and your perfect smile to. Someone told me you really love me. And that makes me smile. So as life moves on I always wonder what could go wrong. We both know were right, but we can’t always be sure. That’s why we never knew, the real truth to this all along. So when we meet I hope you see that this is for you and me. As I tried for so long, it makes me feel like you’ve known me forever. But is that really true? Can you know someone that you’ve never met? I bet you can see that we were meant to be, although we can’t be sure, how it works. But we just have to wait and see. As life moves on we see what we want to see, but it never fails that we always make mistakes. So now we truly know what will happen to us now. So let us see if it’s true and maybe that is what we need. Even though it’s been reel rough, we always know that we can be tough through anything life throws at us. As life moves on things get harder. But we always know that we can get through it together. Even though life has gone by, we can always figure out a way to make it last a little longer. As life moves on we try to see what goes on. As we have known for some time that life is always filled with problems that must be solved before we can move on. We both know that it won’t be easy. But we have to try or will never see what must truly be. So we know that life will never be a place to stay. We must all try and move on. Even though life will sometimes end. It shouldn’t be early without a trend. As life moves on we must see what truly must be.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 7, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, November 30, 2011

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