kiki KEYKEY amador

Rookie (may 11,1967 / long beach, california)

Goodby Goodby - Poem by kiki KEYKEY amador

keep it short and alive
saying goodby
the friendship has flopped
and no one will catch my rain drop
always had the fear
thats why i cried all last year
need to get my act together
or ill lose everything 4 ever
as though it seems
i have always chased broken dreams
never really had a goal
always wanted cindy crawfords mole
beauty is so deep
he who has my heart to keep
dropp it in the ocean
listen to seashells motion
put it close to ur ear
and you will hear
a love whispher a carefree notion
possible a magic potion
threw ur ear to ur heart
testing the waters saying well never part
you said you loved me good bad even with pain
now its my blood running threw ur vain
be a strong man
stop it if u can
let me go
stop putting on a show
you dont need me
speak it nowyou see
cut the strings take off ur rings
no more fuss
tear the paper that bond us
you wanted more
so go run out the door
time is running on the clock
you wanted to fall on the forbidden rock
let her go says the song
you had her too long
im calling you a liar
just like the song fire and desire
they all knew one the me
being married shoud be a team
cry and hit the wall ur humpty that fell off the wall
lose it all
take the great fall
dont stop
theres plenty licks left on the lollipop

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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 9, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 23, 2011

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