Dangerously Normal Spoonie

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Modern Day Romeo And Juliet - Poem by Dangerously Normal Spoonie


Romeo, I am waiting for you
What I want to know, is
Where are you?
Will you ever come?
Don’t make me wait much longer,
My Love.

Romeo, please take me from my Prison
Of this small town
And the parents of all control
They won’t let me see you
And they don’t understand
That I have to see you. I love you.

I’ll be waiting for you
Every night waiting for you
To throw rocks at my window
And for you to wait for me
To come and visit you in your dreams
Your dreams of you and me.

I spend every night
Thinking of you and of
What will be soon
But cannot be yet
But will be as soon as
It is possible for me to see you.

Please come and save me, my Romeo
You mean so much to me
I have always loved you
And I always will
Please never forget me
Until I see you next.

They can’t keep you from me
For long
Although they will try hard
Isn’t it true, that
What’s meant to be, will always find a way?
I hope so-cuz we are meant to be.

I just wish they knew that
And that we didn’t have to hide how we feel about each other
From everyone that knows us
Every time we are together
We have to be careful
Of not getting caught.

We have to be so careful
In what we say to each other
And what we do together
Cuz I live in fear that if something happens
You could be taken from me
And that would hurt me.

This world is cruel
And unfair
Will it ever be what it should be?
I don’t know
All I know is I love you
And I need you.

Comments about Modern Day Romeo And Juliet by Dangerously Normal Spoonie

  • Sulaiman Mohd Yusof (8/27/2009 12:21:00 PM)

    You can make the cut to be the modern day Juliet to any Romeo in the world.Nicely written my dear Karley. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 21, 2009

Poem Edited: Wednesday, April 21, 2010

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