Lizzy Scott


Do You Wonder? - Poem by Lizzy Scott

Cold hands wishing to be held
Longing heart wishing to love
Loving eyes wishing to look
Into the universe of your eyes.

A wondering mind
Imagining them still being together
Wishing lips wishing upon a star
Wishing you would love her forever.

A broken promise of never leaving,
Clutched in her hands
Wrapped in the memories,
Numerous as sand.

Do you ever wonder
If she thinks of you?
Do you ever wonder
If you love her too?

A broken heart,
Killed off dreams
Come back to her,
And never leave.

A once love filled heart
Is an empty place in her chest
Her wings are broken,
Mend them… the breaker knows best.

Lost from flight,
The blessing is a curse
The chariot she used to reside in
Is now a forlorn hearse.

Waiting for you, always waiting.
Set your mind, yes or no
Make a decision, there is no debating.

Be her savior, Or be her dread
A monsoon shall come to a dried up ocean
And the callous skin over her tender heart she shall shed.


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, May 11, 2011


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