Help Me - Poem by Jessi Hardison
You grace me, and haunt me
I adore your prescence, but you leave me lacking
When I am the same as before
I'm yearning for so much more
I want what I never thought I would
I ignored it, knowing it was impossible
Yet, a second with you and I need it so much I'm in pain
How could I of looked upon this with disdain?
I am finally going down.
This is what it takes to break me.
Who would've ever known?
So, now I want company and am so alone.
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