kiki KEYKEY amador

Rookie (may 11,1967 / long beach, california)

Its Over - Poem by kiki KEYKEY amador

always say im a lecture
last time i checked
i was given no respect
cannot see being a friend
till the rainbows end
ur tears will not be purple but black
and ull never see me come back
the pain will be like i have died
and u will 4 ever have cried
you should of cleared ur slate
cry all u want its too late
look on ur wrist and see a c
you ll tink of me
you know i was a gal way up from a top
sitting under a tree the acorn drops
wanting to scream but no one will listen
its me ull be missing
everytime i said please dont lie
you sat back and said y y y
how can u cope
when u stick around and mope
saying good 14...xxxx on a phone
promissing ur happy when ur so alone
one day ur friend one day ur mother cant have it both one or the other'
maybe i care way 2 much
it goes deeper than a touch
my head is aching with pain
trying to convicne u im saine
you insist im crazy or maybe mad
when i dont hear from u yes i get sad
running the streets cause u can
body and mind u prove ur still a strong man
listen to radio johnny gill my, mymmyyyy
even the strongest though cry cry cry
i gave u my word for years to come
dont ever ask me to give u some some
not a chance
will i ever dance in ur pants
call me anytime on the phone
i promise never to leave you alsone
i hate the fact u like it so much
withdrawing from everybodys touch
you need to have good people in ur life
i pray every night u get a whife
try to make someone happy
dont be an old tree and become sappy
close ur eyes open ur arms
love will come in golden charms
maybe silver cause thats now the style
prove ur love walk the holy land mile


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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 9, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 23, 2011


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