alexandria belle cabilida

Rookie (jan 20,1985 / Calolot Tambulig ZDS, Philippines)

Get Over Him - Poem by alexandria belle cabilida

I saw you today.
I was flattered coz you smiled at me.
She said what's there to be happy for.
i said 'nothing, i just remember somthing when i stared at the door'.
She said sometimes, i'm a wierdo! !
I frowned to myself and said ' i wish i could tell you'.

I wish She'll get over him.
I wish she'll realize that she already have a boyfriend.
I don't want Him to be part of a friend's 'play',
Especially, He's sad. hurt and dismay from a relationships' memory.

I wish I could tell her to let go of him.
Stop talking that someday you will be friends.
What happen to me if that time will come?
Will I be crying under the rain OR to have fun under the sun?

She is my friend, I know.
But i can't be happy if she got you.
I wish I could tell her, straight to the face,
That 'I like Him' and 'let go of him, please...'

How will i Get over this agony?
I really like to see you, everyday..
What will she feel, if she finds out, the feeling i have here.?
Would she hate me OR would she stay and be a friend?

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  • (8/7/2007 12:59:00 PM)

    this poem look so real keep it up (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 7, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 9, 2011


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