lakiaya thompson

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Confused Lover - Poem by lakiaya thompson

O how i hated you
your smart remarks
and ugly facial expressions
but your seductive eyes
and hands led me into the position im in now
the way you touch and hold me
your the only one that can console me
all the time spend together
make me feel wonderful
but nothing to you
becuase you ahve a girl
who happens to be my firl
from way back when
which makes things more difficult for me
and you
well i think.....
hell its bout time you tell me what you think
one minute your loving me
and the next you loving her
what do you want
please stop misleading me and playing games
i didnt want to say any names
but damn everything you do brings a smile to my face
your tender warm embrace
makes me want you even more
you break me down to my core
so all i want to know now is what we are
i need to know your feelings about me
because i hate being the confused lover...
the one who plays the role of the other girl
who is dumb and knows whast shes supposed to do
but just cant break away
from the situation
someone please help me
i know many hear my plee
i think your the one
but foreal are you just in it for fun
should this even be all that hard..
cause you anit gettin none
DAMN why i have to be the confused one
...the confused lover

Comments about Confused Lover by lakiaya thompson

  • john tiong chunghoo (4/23/2006 12:51:00 AM)

    of love,

    spices up my
    youthful years
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 22, 2006

Poem Edited: Saturday, July 17, 2010

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