Moore Hope

Rookie - 41 Points (Chicago)

Is It Meant To Be? - Poem by Moore Hope

These feelings in my heart are killing me slowly inside
For these feelings of truth for many years did I hide?

I tried to barricade them and lock them tight up in a cell
I tried to live a normal life so that nobody would be able to tell

I would make excuses for my behavior and just say that it was for fun
But in reality I meant several things I said to the person who is the one

The love I have for the person is hard for me to explain
I just want to have a loving relationship with no hurt and no pain

I am not interest in the sex, but just the aspect of love
Just caring for one another and fulfilling our dreams in the clouds above.

We would be so happy; I feel it in my heart.
But yet there is still hesitancy, holding you back to do your part

I understand where you are coming from because I too am the same
I don't want to disappoint my family and put them through some pain.

But what about the pain we feel, the desires that we want
Shouldn't we just get on with life and disregard the endless taunt.
For we are better than those who point and look and stare
We have overcome so much in our lives to show that we do care.

We are so alike, an unexplainable connection I do feel
Is the feeling true love, is this feeling real

I guess that if it is meant to be then one day it will come
Our lives will be bound together our destiny as one.

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Topic(s) of this poem: gay

Comments about Is It Meant To Be? by Moore Hope

  • (6/12/2008 11:31:00 PM)

    Sound melancholic but filled with much passion! In adult life sex is part of loving and caring, it is what connects lovers. In relationship where two are almost alike, there is danger of getting bored in the end.... remember that unlike poles attracts but like poles repel! A 10. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 12, 2008

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 14, 2018

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