Blayre Yates

Other Fish In The Sea

I was on your line baby, but you were reelin’ in slow. I struggled and fought to try and let go. Why would you take so long when you had me right there? I thought you needed me this just isn’t fair.

So Let go (let go) don’t let yourself show the sorrow and sadness he wants to see.
Be strong and hold on these days will drag on, but you’ll soon be free.
Look up don’t give up, you’ll soon come to find,
That one day you will find that one of a kind, that won’t let you fall and keep you standing up tall.
The water is deep and dark.
But you will be found with a shinning heart.
So go on (go on) and stay strong, that day will becoming along.
Stand tall and don’t fall.
You’ll be found and soon swept of your feet.
Wait till the day and you’ll see.

Im not a game so don’t play with my head, stop shuffling sticks and pretending im dead. Im in a sea full of mistakes but I’ll find my baby just not today. Now that you’re gone I can finally see you weren’t the right fish for me. If you catch me again please just toss me right back, I don’t have the heart to go through that. And now that I know you’re just a boy, with some string and a stick I don’t need you to make me feel love sick. You can say things you never mean and you always act as if you’re in some kinda seen.

So put me back cause im not your catch.
One day I will find my right match.
And now I let go and not let myself show the sorrow and sadness you brought to me.
I am strong and will hold on cause I know these days will go on.
And now that I see we were never meant to be I can let you flow away with the stream and I will keep on searching for my fish in the sea.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 2, 2010

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Comments about Other Fish In The Sea by Blayre Yates

  • Miranda Stoltz (1/27/2010 6:17:00 PM)

    Awh, this poem almost made me cry. I can relate. I love it!

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