Margo Reid

Rookie (february 22 / Island of Jamaica)

I’m Hurting Deep Inside - Poem by Margo Reid

The days has drifted on by,
And I wonder why you haven’t call me anymore,
I wish you didn’t even say goodbye,
How I miss you showing up at my door.
How I wish I could hear your voice on the telephone,
How I wish I could see you once more,
but when I call, you're not even home.

I’m trying so hard to move-on,
but all I do is think about you
I’m trying so hard to be strong,
and I can’t believe we are really thru
I didn’t know that I’d miss you this much
Now I sit and think about what to do,
I also miss your touch.

I’m hoping I can see you again,
Is that possible?
Maybe it will take away a little bit of my pain,
Would that be impossible?
There’s a piece of me that is missing, that part is you
I feel so empty inside
And I don’t know what to do.

How I wish I could see you one more time
I still have feelings for you, which cannot be hide
Wilhems St-surinyou’re always on my mind
And it’s killing me on the inside
Somehow I wish I’d never met you
I just have to admit
I wouldn’t be having such feelings of you
and I really hate it.


Comments about I’m Hurting Deep Inside by Margo Reid

  • (2/20/2006 8:36:00 PM)


    Everyone we encounter for a reason. If only for a short season. Lessons to learn and bridges to burn.You have truly written from your heart.

    Patricia
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Poem Submitted: Monday, February 20, 2006



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