Ash Skandarsky

Rookie (Spet 14 1991 / Oscoda)

My Love - Poem by Ash Skandarsky

My heart burns for a name,
A name which I do not speak,
Yours to be exact.
I wish for you to notice my glances,
We so close yet we are worlds apart,
Sometime I hope for you to walk up and talk to me,
But they crumble when you don’t,
My Heart floats at the site of you,
With your perfect rich curls,
Your Beautiful midnight dark eyes,
But yet I can’t seem to see them,
For I can never get close to you,
For my cursed Shyness,
A dozen daisies could never get you to notice me,
Why is that?
Am I too normal to be noticed?
Or am I to weird to be normal?
You answer those questions,
When you do then I’ll be right there,
Giving you my heart.
Now the question is…
Will you take it or throw it back in my face?
Would you send me to such a place?
A place where even hell couldn’t live up to.
A place where my first and last crush kills me silently,
Please tell me this…
Do you love me?
For a thousand years have passed,
In my world that is dark and cold.
A place where love doesn’t exists,
But yet my hope for you takes some of the pain away,
It takes me to the light.
Up and Down I go towards and once again returning to the dark.
Help me keep the light for which I need to live.
Everyone needs love and maybe even me,
Do you have love? The love which I am giving?
Tell me when the time comes,
For I’ll be waiting for my once true love.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, June 18, 2007

Poem Edited: Sunday, March 13, 2011


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