Angel Smith

Rookie (25/04/1990 / Tasmania)

I Should'Ve Left... - Poem by Angel Smith

I thought I was ok, with the things that you do.
But it looks like I’m not cause of these feelings for you.
I thought they weren’t there, that they had just gone away.
But obviously not, since I cant stand this pain.
One way or another I know what you do,
Whether I hear it, see it, I know its with you.
I love you so much, yet fail to see,
How you can love or even like me,
If you did then you wouldn’t find this need,
To do things with other girls why cant I be freed!
From this wretched love that’s tearing me apart,
My body, my soul, and even my heart.
I lay here on my bed and think is there hope,
Should I just sink and not bother to float?
If its not her it’ll be someone else,
I should give up now if I want to save myself.
I no there are others out there and that gives me hope,
But I don’t love them, I love you beau.

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  • (10/15/2007 9:01:00 AM)

    Angel there are times when you are in love with someone and you wonder whether all the hurt is worth it when they don't seem to notice you.. Then there are other times when love really hits you and you'll be walking on the clouds. A really lovely poem that comes straight from the heart and moves the reader. Top marks and thanks for sharing it my friend.
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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 4, 2006

Poem Edited: Saturday, August 21, 2010

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