Alyssa Siebers

Rookie (Dec.2 1992 / Neenah Wisconsin)

Hugs Not Tight Enough For Her - Poem by Alyssa Siebers

First Sight, you catch the lease and sign,
You drag someone to you,
Spitting on their hearts,
Splitting up further up the road when the going got tough,
He's trying to hold on for dear life, My friend.
but you hit a home run my friend,
Your love, it's going... it's going and gone.
You just couldn't wait to get it started,
Fallowed by the next,
And the next,
Until names got confusing,
And regret shines in those golden browns,
Then you mix those drinks, and just don't seem to matter who falls in the river,
As long as your happy, and the rest of the world don't matter a thing.
Quietly you know, it'll always be lust,
Reacting from the hips,
The girl just want's to be held,
If not tight enough, then move to another,
But none of the hugs tight enough for her,
Cause she always get loose and runs off to another,
You can't say you love any of them!
Don't dare speak words of sh** you have no idea of,
You make words like that become myths,
There are those who can love,
Can speak between the lines which some will never see,
Touching others will burns brain cells,
and girl you've touched enough.
With her lips making movement's,
excuses, excuses, excuses,

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Poem Edited: Saturday, February 25, 2012

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