tushawn white

Rookie (04-22-1985 / Boston, MA)

Learning To Love From The Inside Out - Poem by tushawn white

I had never loved from the inside out,
Always seen the outer shell
Like the earth view from space
I didn't care to see what it was all about,
Never caring what your soul could tell
For your love softens me
Once I looked upon the face of a young woman,
And fell in love with her handsome smile,
And her weird personality
But watched it leave like a handful of sand,
That washes away with the tide across miles of arguments
I always wondered how the blind could love,
Never seeing the one they touched.
It was me that was blind of a love sent from above,
Because I didn't know it was good until it was gone
For a love felt from the soul,
I had never loved you so much so.
Then I found you, a woman I have never met or seen,
Had never touched like most lovers do
After two and half years
I could never forget
The love we had and the sex we made
A love felt from the heart and soul
As in a dream it could only be make believe
For love that has touched me like none other before you.
Now I know just how the blind see,
I understand now what it is all about.
And I know now what its like to be...
Loved from the inside out
Because dreaming about you,
Is not enough for me
I miss you!

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 11, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 16, 2011


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