Frankie Renae

Rookie (Aug 30,1988 / Nebraska)

At The Parkview - Poem by Frankie Renae

He lays on the phone, okay
with the silence
walks next to me, okay
with conversation's absence
and I heard a song the other day
that made me realize I don't know
quite why I'm falling
and when I think of you, you call me
these things fall apart inside
I want to give my heart right
But he laid on the phone, 'kay
with the silence
walked next to me, okay
in conversation's absence

You are a sparkling sparkling black car
In the piece of piece of park you built
Going on with a big dang bang
And whatever I am, you are, you will
Snap the shades on your face
Smile in the mess of music and wait
There ain't no curbs
Switch to wonder where we'll go or say

And the more you and I share music
The more you talk about moving
ask my opinion
I find myself chasing this again
Planning around you my days
Hoping this one, that you'll stay
You lay on the phone, okay
with our silence
walk next ot me, okay
with conversation's absence

I want you to hold on me and make
him go away and take that place
in my heart and mind
and be the one who stays close I find
Fall in a bed next to me
and take all your wrecks to me
Love that you lay on the phone
'kay with silence
and walk next to me, 'kay
with conversation's absence

We lay, I ask you why you're laughing
To my eyes, you whisper words like,
'I'm just so happy'
One month today was the day this turned
almost real to me; I learned
Just how much you feel to me
You lay on the phone, okay
with our silence
walk next ot me, okay
with conversation's absence


Laying in our silence
Walking next to me

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 11, 2008

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