Robert Araya


How Come? Good To Bad? - Poem by Robert Araya

despretly yet so patiently
waiting for the time to pass by
so i sit here and write
my thoughts of mind
i think back of the good old days
how i use to make you smile in any posible way
when we use to horse around and play
is this the price i now have to pay?
precious baby, everyday i pray
you build who i am today, like a piece of clay
the tochy days of valentine's day
when i left your gifts in your porche with your name
when i 1st asked for your name
when i took you to your 1st dodger game
talking on the phone and staying up late,
making it a blockbuster night
when we went to the beach at night
and looked at your beutiful face under the pale moon light
looking right into your eyes
i knew me and your were right
when i use to sleep right by your side
holding you tight
keeping you warm between the sheet's
when we use to walk to the park down the streets
i just want you to understand
that i miss holding you and your hand
i want me to be your only man
i do want ever i can...
i just want you back...
with out you my life is pitch black
i hope you know this poem
was full of true life facts....


Comments about How Come? Good To Bad? by Robert Araya

  • (4/10/2006 11:04:00 AM)


    I'm not very hip, being a rather old-fashioned English chap so I find these raps you write, most clever. You must tell me the secrets of 'rap' poetry- as you clearly demonstrate, it can be very powerful. (Report) Reply

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  • (12/15/2005 4:19:00 PM)


    I liked the list of simple, happy memories, and the repeated rhymes and the little bit at the end was a nice addition. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 15, 2005



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