Forbidden Twisted Dream - Poem by Bridget Gabrielle
I said what I said, and I feel somewhat foolish for that.
Do you see me? By chance, do you believe I'm invisible?
To love you, breaks me each and everyday.
I try to make you go away.
Taking three steps forward, but thinking of you is taking five steps back.
All I want is you. How I long to have you.
It would be a dream come true, to be all so close to you.
I crave your touch. What an amazing fantasy!
Now back to reality, I can't have you.
Not now, nor ever.
So I ask myself this very question: 'Why must I waste my time thinking this? '
I have to concentrate. Truth be told, I don't know...Not least one bit.
I just happen to be suffering the sad unfortinate consequence of love gone wrong.
This hell with a broken heart.
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