Geramie White

Rookie (10/13/89 / DeSoto, Tx)

May I Not Have This Dance? - Poem by Geramie White

Why do you want me now?
Three years have passed since we last spoke,
As the many times I try,
You shook me away with that cold attitude,
I've became nothing more than a ghost in your life,
But on that one night you made me feel like I was worth something,
Shared a dance,
But you should've already known it was too late to come to me,
I've moved on,
It seemed like things were dimmed when I didn't have you,
But why did you pull an act like that to have me think for a second you cared?
If we didn't have this dance I probably wouldn't have feel so damn bitter,
But beggers can't be choosers,
So I can't pretent this never happened

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Comments about May I Not Have This Dance? by Geramie White

  • (5/7/2008 11:01:00 PM)

    Nice read Geramie! Your right three years, naa three phone calls, maybe. She
    lost her chance long ago. Great share! ! *10*! !
    Friend Thad

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 5, 2008

Poem Edited: Monday, May 5, 2008

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