Shannon Monroe


I Should'Ve Turned Back - Poem by Shannon Monroe

I heard your teardrops hit the floor as you watched me walk away.
It killed me to know that I was the cause.
I should've turned back.

I cried that night and every night for a month, ever so lonely.
When I saw his face, I saw you.
I should've turned back.

He started to kill me, my heart and my soul, where as you wouldn't have.
I wish I was in your arms again.
I should've turned back.

When I went to jail and i was all alone, I thought of you my dear.
I cried all night and slept all day.
I should've turned back.

Then I saw you on the bus that fate changing day.
I knew that I still loved you and that you still loved me.

We married March Fourth and I stayed!


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 10, 2011



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