Josh West

Everything I Want To Tell You Now - Poem by Josh West

I sit here wondering what's going on
With the one I need, the one who's gone
The one who has drifted away from me
And yet I'll need her in the end au lycée
If she would see, I would be content
If we both could only just repent
I don't know how, I don't know when
I just wish that we were closer again
I haven't lost her as of yet
But I'm losing her and I do regret
I never had her, why does this sting
It seems that wanting is all she'll bring
So until next time my fair girl
When at last I might unfurl
The true things that I want to tell
But saying them will hurt like hell
I think it is the hardest thing
We don't need each other the bells sing
I can't handle all your pain
Go through it or forget my bane
I know you need someone; I don't want you to leave us
Whether good or bad, I know it's grievous
I cannot do what Alex will do,
No matter how good it is for you
I couldn't put you through that 'cause I'm weak
Any pain for you would make me shriek
I can't even stand you being more reclusive
My questions’ answers are getting less conclusive
This isn't your fault, it's entirely mine
I'm so sorry already that I drew this line
I hope this isn't goodbye forever
But it is goodbye, I'll forget you never

Comments about Everything I Want To Tell You Now by Josh West

  • (6/6/2006 1:54:00 PM)

    this poem is one I can relate to... saying goodbye to the one you love is possibly the most painful this you could ever do. I feel you. Keep up the good work ;)
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  • (6/6/2006 1:18:00 PM)

    I really like that poem... Some of the words are very deep and they describe the feeling very well... keep going :) (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 4, 2006

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