Audrey O'shea

Inside Of Me

Inside my head you seep, within my heart you creep,
locked in memories that weep, falling into dark
waters so deep.

Can't breathe, lies, you deceive, making everyday grieve,
until revenge you receive.

So sweet, so divine, in defeat, because you are not
mine. Wishing and praying, to be united again,
as I keep swaying, and I continue saying, you'll always be
my true love within.

But lets be real, your love I cannot steal, though
in your eyes I can see what you feel.

I know you care, if not your eyes wouldn't linger into a stare,
making it hard to take a breath,
that gaze, look away? Myself I dare.

Because I know I couldn't, given the choice, I wouldn't.
I love you way too much, dreaming every night
about your touch, even though all over my heart your feet
crunch, I can't help but love you so much.

I know it's strange, to have feelings so strong, but not a
second I would change, I love how much for you
I long, knowing with you it would never be wrong.

Inside your eyes I find myself lost, but in a good way, knowing
every cost, for the things I say.
Loving you keeps getting me in trouble, but I don't care,
because I long for the day when back at you I can forever stare.

Poem Submitted: Monday, April 6, 2009

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Comments about Inside Of Me by Audrey O'shea

  • MuSiC HeaD (4/6/2009 11:01:00 PM)

    this poem is beautiful and i can relate to it very well. thanks for the read.

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  • Mel Vincent Basconcillo (4/6/2009 10:24:00 PM)

    u speak of emotion and truth my friend.. u are the girl that a guy would die to be with and u clearly express it in your poem.. amazing write i feel the same way friend God bless and take care -mel

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