Matthew Jenkins


Dreams Of Nightmares So Sweet - Poem by Matthew Jenkins

Dreaming nightmares so sweet
It is the only way
I have been through these feelings before
But never so great
Haunting thoughts a million times more powerful
Than you could ever imagine
What was once nothing more than lust
Is now a powerful passion
Creeping screams through my system
Your voice seems to create
Everlasting visions of you
Your face engraves
In my mind
There is a better way
But to take that path
Seems harder to do than say
I want you gone
I want you to stay near
I have to fight what I want to feel
Because it is what I fear
I wish that I could say to you
What I really want to say
But I could never hurt us again
We must face that we'll never see another day
Time flies by
only when I am thinking of you
Time stands still
As I dread the thought of seeing you
More confused
Than I have ever been
I will never get over
What I consider a sin
The times we share
Belong to the past
And as much as you want it
You have to accept this will never last.

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Comments about Dreams Of Nightmares So Sweet by Matthew Jenkins

  • (7/17/2005 10:16:00 PM)


    i felt that way once, it's really hard to describe and i don't know if it's really something alike... great poem anyway (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, July 17, 2005



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