Judith Marks

Boy - Poem by Judith Marks

I am driving myself crazy.
I don't even know what this is.
I want so much and nothing,
But he's got something I miss.

It was just little while.
But anything for those eyes
A tingle in every limb,
All the way through my thighs.

And my god his voice.
I could drown in the tone.
Like when he speaks,
My body feels at home.

I like him, I might've said
I'm not really sure if he heard,
But then he took me to bed.
And my head was a little blurred.

And right now I'm just gonna say,
That's exactly what's on my mind.
He's just a little far away.
Should have left these thoughts behind.

But I'd like to know why I'm scared.
Like if he doesn't want me,
But I shouldn't even care.
I thought I'd just let it be.

But it'd be cool to see what he thinks.
After whatever crap I said,
Hmm I had too many drinks,
I talked too much, I dread.

I'm just so bloody nervous.
Like a stupid little girl.
I want him so bad right now
My stomach's in a whirl.

Because of this:
1. He is beautiful
2. He is smart
3. Again, the eyes
4. He's amusing
5. I felt really good
6. He must think I'm crazy.
7. I feel really dumb.
8. Kind of want to run away.
9. I beat myself up over stupid stuff.
10. What did I even say.
11. He's really attractive.
12. What is this list?
13. Not saying I expect him to date me
14. But I really want him.
15. Well, this is lovely.

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  • (12/7/2010 12:10:00 AM)

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 6, 2010

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