Rachel Fogle

Rookie (July 26,1977 / Baltimore, MD)


Poem by Rachel Fogle

He speaks his words so sweetly,
Can he ever do any wrong?

Reaching for you in the distance,
He continues to always call.

Awaiting your every movement,
Sending you roses today.

You just keep telling yourself,
All I have to do is Breathe.

Breathe for in the future,
Roses may be far in between.
Breathe for it gives you reality,
When so little can mean anything.

Get a grip on all that surrounds you and remember to always look twice,
For sometimes when ones not looking heartache is at ones side.

Just Breathe cause you know that you can,
And continue to do so today.
And I'll always try to reason that heavens a heartbeat away.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 16, 2004