Unintelligible Susurration

Chemistry - Poem by Unintelligible Susurration

I am jealous
Of how you talk
To her;

How wreckless you look
as if you do this
every chance you get.

Tall or short
Big or small
It doesn't matter to you.

But then again,
are you actually looking
at the outside
or are you looking
at what lies inside?

I know better
than to be caught
in this trend of lies
so if you happen
to talk to me soon
just know that I
won't feel the same.

Although if you continue
and talk of chemistry
I might just
do a double-take
and begin
an experiment.

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

This poem I remember vividly writing in my mind while I watched a boy who I liked talk to another girl. He had talked to me a day or so before and then the next day he went on to talk to another girl and another and another.

I guess you can say he was just being friendly. He is friendly...anyway I wrote this poem inspired based on that experience.

Well those are the first two stanzas explained. The third stanzas tells of how he talks to any girl (not just pretty, popular girls) and in fact becomes their friend.

4th stanza tells of how maybe he doesn't care what they look like. He just want to get to know them and figure out how they really are on the inside (personality, inner self...etc.)

5th and 6th I begin to doubt he really doesn't care about their appearance and just wants to get to know them. So, I say I won't be caught in his lies. I'll only really know he doesn't care about prettiness and such if he talks of my hobbies or things I like.

Sorry for the long story...: /

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 13, 2013

Poem Edited: Thursday, June 13, 2013

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