LaceyBree Wratchford


Last Goodbye - Poem by LaceyBree Wratchford

Just wanted to say Hello, one more time.
Thought I'd put how I feel, into a little rhyme.
Lets start with how you're perfect, although you disagree.
But yet somehow I'm not good enough, probably ever will be.
Personally I think you just chickened out, realized this was the real deal.
Or maybe I'm wrong and nothing between us was real.
Wait, how could that possibly be true.
When I know for a fact I was falling for you.
Now for your sake, I won't say you broke my heart.
Since I knew you couldn't handle me from the start.
I suppose you thought you'd be able to change me.
Hell for awhile there you did, but with me there's no guarntee.
Although I promise if you would of stayed.
I would of stopped playing my little charade.
Yet even through my games, you managed to get my heart.
And in your hands it'll stay forever, regardless of us being apart.
Don't worry, I already know I don't have yours.
That's fine with me as long as it's not some whores.
Go ahead, tell me to move on and find better, keep acting all nonchalant.
It still won't change anything at all, you'll always be all I want.
No worries, I'm not asking for you back, not anymore.
Only because I'm positive I'd get nowhere like everytime before.
Well I do believe I've said all I had to say.
So this is my last goodbye, have a great day.


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Poem Edited: Thursday, June 2, 2011


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