Katherine Bryce

I Wish You Knew Me - Poem by Katherine Bryce

</>i wish you knew me,
like i know you,
we're one in the same,
and one in heart.

some say yes,
some say no,
some say high,
some say low.

you knew me well,
we saw it through,
and back then,
it was me and you.

it was something special,
i know we shared,
but now it's over,
and fallen apart.

i thought it true,
as you lead me through,
and then you left me,
like a ship lost at sea.

i'm gone i'm no more,
and it's plan to see,
i can no longer soar,
it was never meant to be.

my heart is broken,
because of you,
some think it's a joke,
if only you knew...

the sky is the limit,
as i fall down through,
into the depths of hell,
waiting for you.

you'll never know,
how much i care,
until you see me,
standing there.

when time passes,
days by days,
i can't help wonder,
all the same.

never again we'll be the same,
and i'll be left alone,
for once the chance to start to grow,
i couldn't help but walk out that door.

it's not your fault,
it's mine as well,
i'll never be the same,
because we've grown apart.

Comments about I Wish You Knew Me by Katherine Bryce

  • Katherine Bryce (5/14/2011 11:01:00 PM)

    Thank you very much, I hope that you have time to read some of my other poems. Every word i write in them comes from my heart, at times it's hard to express, but through poety it's easy... (Report)Reply

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  • (5/14/2011 10:37:00 PM)

    well daang someone is talented. That sucks about your guy chica. Your a good writer. keep it up (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 13, 2011

Poem Edited: Thursday, October 27, 2011

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