If Walls Could Talk - Poem by Marrissia Holliday
Imagine if these walls could talk,
Oh they’d tell you about my night
She lay there all alone,
Just staring at the phone
Praying you would call
And say you loved her
And that you’d be home soon,
Then she wouldn’t be alone
You’d hold her in your arms,
There’d be peace in her heart at last.
But for now she just sheds a few soft tears,
Then she reads your letters a million times,
The tear she cried out numbered the stars tonight.
When she finally fell asleep
Oh I knew what she was dreaming,
She reached for you to hold
But she came up empty handed,
Oh you should here the way she cries in the darkness
The beating of her heart
When she hears your voice again,
The butterflies she’ll when you hold her
Will all be worth this pain..
If these walls could talk they’d say just that..
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