William F Glennon

Drawn To You - Poem by William F Glennon

Remember the unsaid words
The words you wished you heard.
I use to love at my own pace.
I let no other see my face.

I cared a lot and I did not lie.
However, no one reached me, not one time.
Why did you touch me?
What did you do?

At first, you hurt me.
I should not like you.
Nevertheless, like I can cope with.
That is easy for me.
A right thing doer
There is good, I can see.
But the feeling inside me
It is scaring me bad.
I do not want to love you.
You will make me so sad,
However, my heart is not hearing.
It is going its way.

My mind is befuddled.
What can you tell me?
How can you stop?
You did not mean it.

I let my guard drop.
We will love and be friends.
So maybe we will make it.
Not everything mends.

However, whatever may happen.
I will promise you this.
I will never forget you.
Your touch or your kiss.

You never promised love.
You gave me a few weeks.
And I felt somewhat special.
Like I was on a throne.

However, the feelings disappeared.
Well, beyond what I feared,
I now know what true love feels.
And my heart makes no deals.

The brain sees what the heart
feels. The feelings are clear.

Because you're worth every bit.
Nevertheless, I still take chances,
I'll learn to let my heart live with it.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 15, 2012

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