Riley Mask

Rookie (7-7-89 / Kaufman, Tx)

Come Back To Me. - Poem by Riley Mask

I don’t know what I’m doing here
All I want to do
Is go back there with you?

I all ways wanted to tell
You that I’m sorry
For the way I acted
I’m sorry for all the lies
I’m sorry for the way I am
I’m sorry for all the pain
I put you threw

You will always be the angel that makes my life complete
How it breaks my heart to cause you this pain
So if I stay I would only be in your way
So ill go but I know ill think of you every step of the way

So goodbye please don’t cry
We both know I’m not what you need
I hope life treats you kind and I hope you have all you’ve dreamed of

I know there’ll never be a time
You’ll ever fell the same
And I know its only words
But if you change your mind you know that ill be here

I just can’t let this feeling end it might not come again
And I want to remember
How it feels to touch
How I feel so much since I found you

When we are together
The moments I cherish with every beat of my heart
To touch you, to hold you, to feel you, to need you,
There’s nothing to keep us apart

When I look in your eyes
I’m looking threw Gods eyes
They draw me in to you
Your smile is a one in a billion
A one in a billion you
I have been wanted someone like you for so long
I finally found you
But its like I just don’t belong
Baby please come back to me
Because we do get along
Get Along
We do get along
Along
Get along


Comments about Come Back To Me. by Riley Mask

  • (6/26/2007 10:08:00 PM)

    although good it was kinda confusing. at 1 point u say ur sorries, then say ur no good, you'll just get in the way then at the end u want them 2 come back. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 15, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, March 12, 2011


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