Serena Constance Grobler


Just Breathe - Poem by Serena Constance Grobler

To my friend you are never alone
To someone I treasure just breathe
Even though I’m not close use your phone
This bond so strong I could never leave
As I look at all that has been done
Too much emphasis was put on us
I don’t think we knew how to have fun
But these feelings hit me like a bus

You are never alone
Just breathe
Can call me on the phone
Won’t leave
All I ask you to do
Just breathe
I tried so hard but I
Can’t leave
I look you in the eye
Just breathe

Now I know you are my friend for life
Its almost as if it were too easy
Two different people so much strife
All this considered we not sleazy
I painted a picture perfect world
In that to be happy I need love
Love being a lollipop twirled
But must find self love in my own tub

You are never alone
Just breathe
Can call me on the phone
Won’t leave
All I ask you to do
Just breathe
I tried so hard but I
Can’t leave
I look you in the eye
Just breathe

I look up at all the stars tonight
As I pick one I make a big wish
To my friend just breathe and you’ll see light
Stand alone in a million goldfish
As I lay me down to bed at night
I hope I didn’t screw up, I pray
My one friend I have no need to fight
Please from this friendship don’t walk away

You are never alone
Just breathe
Can call me on the phone
Won’t leave
All I ask you to do
Just breathe
I tried so hard but I
Can’t leave
I look you in the eye
Just breathe


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 1, 2010



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