Heather Hill

Rookie (July 18,1989 / Arkadelphia)

My Dreams - Poem by Heather Hill

When I close my eyes I tend to dream of you. I
tend to dream of the way you made me laugh. Boy
how I miss that. I still which I could hear your
voice on the telephone just once more. Instead of
dreaming of your voice. O how I want to come back
to you so. Ive tried so hard to call you. During
the day when I'm at home I tend to sit there and
dream away of you. I want you back, I know I'm
the one who left. I hope you can forgive me. I
hope you dream about me to. My dreams are pure,
but my heart is pure for you.

So please forgive me and take me back into your
heart. I was wrong and you were right I cant live
without you. you are all I dream about, think
about. I talk about you the way you use to be
there for me when i'm down. But now I miss that. I
was cheating on you with some other guy. Thats why
I left you but when me and him moved in together
he started abusing me, so I left him I want you
back but how can I tell it to you. After all the
things i've done to you. If you don't take me back I
guess I don't blame you. I guess my dreams are just
a saying that I shouldn't done what I done but I
regret it.

My dreams are pure and my heart is pure for you.
Now that i'm here all alone I cant do anything.I
need you back want you back I promise I'll
change. I'm depress since I've left I don't know
what to do. But I want to tell you one thing for
sure I Love You! .

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, September 22, 2007

Poem Edited: Monday, April 11, 2011

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