LeeAnne Russell


Line Of Confusion - Poem by LeeAnne Russell

I don't want you to bring up the past
due to the fact that I thought we'd last

I want to know why you push me to do things I don't wanna do
can't you just be happy with the love that I truly have for you

I don't want to put up with the stupid things you do
violence, hatred, and pot, just to name a few

I want you to be there for me through thin and thick
take care of me when I'm really sad or just plain sick

I don't want you to call me on my phone
because I'm afraid you'll leave me sad and alone

I want you to show me that you love me for me
let me do what I like to do and just let it be

I don't want to be in love with you
but that's something I can't seem to do

I want you back in my life
and hopefully one day become your wife

I don't want you to look me in the eye
make me realize you should be my guy

I want you to prove that what you say is true
because, if it is I'm ready to come back to you

I don't want to love you at all
after all you've changed from what I've saw

I want to love you with the fullness of my heart
and hope we will never again be split apart

I don't know what I want at this point in time
the line of confusion is a very thick line


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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 15, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 16, 2011


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