Stephen Hovious

Rookie (4/27/94 / Mattoon, Illinois)

I Remember You - Poem by Stephen Hovious

Molecular Ecstasy, In and out of me, a brighter blue than the deep blue sea,

In and out of this, I don't wanna kiss,

fire the arrow over again and still I miss,

lost within the mist, a slice upon the wrist,

nothing seems to compare to this,

only they can bring sweet sacred bliss.

Pumping up and running through my veins, nothings gonna feel the same.

Electric shock, scream my name, it's all just a part of the game.

Too tough to bend, easy to break, I never knew anyone could be so fake.

In a jail cell, nothing more to tell,

I can't seem to get rid of this smell.

I look to the stars above, all I see is love,

share it over here; I can't seem to get enough.

I remember you, how could I forget you,

you were the one who would help me through,

I won't forget you, I can't regret you,

the reason why I care is you.

Pumping up and running through my veins, nothings gonna feel the same.

Electric shock, scream my name, it's all just a part of the game.

Too tough to bend, easy to break, I never knew anyone could be so fake.

Wake up in cold sweat, the dreams not over yet,

it's still got me locked in it's death grip.

Nothings more than real, everyone can feel,

you thought only you could be for real,

now you know there's more to the deal.

When you're off getting high, i'm trying to get by,

but there's that one feeling that leaves me flying high.


Comments about I Remember You by Stephen Hovious

  • (5/6/2011 2:51:00 AM)


    Nice poem. Very well conceived. Rich in imagery and style. Fine poetics. I rate it 10.
    Thanks for sharing.....
    Please read and rate my poem 'A humble complaint' on page 2. Please use the search box by typing the name of the poem if the page doesn't open with the title of the poem.
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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 6, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, May 6, 2011


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