Deborah Foster


Hey You

Poem by Deborah Foster

All she says is 'Hey you' and I die.
My belly quivers and tears rise.
Clouds cover the day, and I just cry.

I see his eyes and hear him sigh.
I know she'll be our demise.
All she says is 'Hey you' and I die.

He remembers her but not the lie.
Feeling tickled by her sighs.
Clouds cover the day, and I just cry.

Away from him thoughts of me fly
As he remembers her sacred cries
All she says is 'Hey you' and I die.

She calls, he's as high as the sky.
He dares not look into my eyes.
Clouds cover the day, and I just cry.

To her he says hello, to me goodbye.
The last remaining part of me dies.
All she says is 'Hey you' and I die.
Clouds cover the day, and I just cry.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 26, 2004