chelsi Ruffing

Rookie - 1 Points (may 9th 1991 / PA)

Lovers End - Poem by chelsi Ruffing

As he place's a kiss upon her lips
She gets shivers down to her finger tips
He holds her close in his arms
As to keep her safe from lifes harms
When she crys he wipes the tears away
He always leaves her breathless with nothing to say
Its not her fault he stole her heart
In her life he became apart
Then there is something that she don't understand
Why things seem perfict on this land
Everything just fell into place
Even though things whent in a steady pace
She loves all the games they play and more
Like when he tickles her on the floor
SO many loving nights
So much is going right
Yet sge is scared to lose her lover
At night she crys and holds on to her cover
Praying to god she says 'don't let him fade away'
He opends the door to her and runs to her side
They both know together they will get through lifes ride
Nothing can go wrong
They both have eacher to stay strong
So many years go by
Out of all the happyness she starts to cry
He looks deep into her eyes and says 'I love you'
She smiles up at him with words of 'I love you to'
Hes gets down on his neen and says 'will you marry me? '
Tears fall from her eyes and she says 'I'll marry you to be'
When is becomes close to that day
The words I do they both will say
Then here comes the bad end
When hes driving his car around that bend
As he lets out a scream
As the doctor says 'I'm sorry' its alomost like a dream
As she holds tight to her ring
Wishing she could change this scary thing
Without him lifes not fair
About him she'll always care
Her heart belongs to him forever
There can't be another not ever

Comments about Lovers End by chelsi Ruffing

  • (10/10/2006 11:19:00 AM)

    all i have to say is wow this poem says so much it almost made me cry. it's really sad keep up the good work. (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Poem Edited: Friday, October 15, 2010

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