Trish Spencer

Rookie (november 30,1991)

Broken Heart - Poem by Trish Spencer

You and I were the greatest thing
Laughter and smiles is what we would bring
We would talk on the phone, until it was time for bed
Even then I would see you, in my dreams, inside my head

Every time I saw you, I would always smile
You could see a glow in my eyes from miles and miles
Man, I wish I was still holding onto you
But you gotta girl now, so what can I do?

Now when I see you, there's always a frown
Won't you please turn that sad frown upside down?
If you're not happy with this person, then just say goodbye
Because seeing you depressed, brings tears to my eyes

Today I approached you, but you didn't say a word
I still have feelings for you, haven't you heard?
I miss seeing you smile and laugh
Won't you please remember the fun we had?

Holding hands coming from lunch
Wow! I miss you a whole bunch
Just ask my family, you were all I talked about
Now all I do is walk around the house and pout

I love hearing your voice; it brings a smile to my face
It's a sound that I shall always embrace
I had no idea I actually felt this way
Please tell me, why does it feel like you're pushing me away?

The reason we broke up, I don't even know why
Just thinking about you now makes me want to cry
It was peer pressure; they said you lied too much
But I would easily take you back with just one touch

The one your with, for you, doesn't even care
That is why right now she gets pretty mean stares
Enough about her, she makes me sick
I miss you way more than just a little bit

I need to toughen up; I know we'll always be apart
That is the reason why right now, I have a broken heart


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 19, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, March 22, 2011


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