latoya trent

Rookie (August 26th 1989 / Washington state)

Love Or Lust - Poem by latoya trent

I feel so alone sitting on my bed
wondering why i can't make the
tears stop falling from my eyes
some days I think I'll be okay and
I think that I'll be fine
but other days I think about you
and why can't you be mine
I think about you so much
that I want to keep callng you
but it seems like your over me
so what am I sapposed to do?
I know it got hard for both you and me
because people would tell
me something about you
or they would say something to you
about me
and we would have to choose
who to believe
in the long run I chose you
because I believed
in us and I belived that
what you said
was true
I'll admit that there
were times I thought
our relationship wouldnt work
because you couldn't commit
but with the end result I gave you
a second chance
but I think about the good
times we had
and how after our first kiss
you asked now
was that so bad?
I think about how we
were both late to class
because you were
walking me to mine
or I was walking you to yours
but now I don't know
what to think
all I know is
I care about you still
and I would like to
know how you feel
It's hard wondering
answers to questions
I may never get
but there's still a
possibility that one day
you and me will
figure out what happend
between us
and I'll figure out
if it was really love
or just something
called lust

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  • (8/4/2006 8:17:00 PM)

    Clever thinking, I like it. Moyax (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 2, 2006

Poem Edited: Friday, August 20, 2010

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