Larisa Marie Davis
He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named - Poem by Larisa Marie Davis
you've always been
better than boys, more loyal than men.
can't get over,
what you say.
i won't believe it,
you show messages,
where you've written
down the story of your life.
i come to realize that in the end,
you probably won't be taking a wife.
i can't imagine how you feel,
i cry and think it can't be real.
please tell me that i'm mistaken,
i need your voice for calm, i'm shaking.
i want you back the way you were.
i'll accept you no matter how you are,
just show me that you've not gone far.
i love you now and always will,
you're like a drug, and i've swallowed the pill...
i can't get over everything,
i still want you more than anything.
and you don't like my kind anymore,
i can't let this come to an end
the best thing i can be,
is best friend.
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