Autumn Keele

Our Song

I heard our song tonight
it was like in a movie when the music kicks in and the scene is just right
I was just standing there pumping gas
and the music brought up memories from the past.
I pictured you standing there smiling at me,
then we were side bye side, we were who we use to be.
I smiled at the thoughts that were running through my head,
and my next thought was of us just laying in our bed.
Your head on my chest, and my arms around you,
not a worrie in the world, nothing we couldnt get through.
The way you smiled at me putting on your make up in the mirror,
we were ment to be, that i could see, and it couldnt get much clearer.
The warmth that i felt grow inside of my body, still listening to the music playing,
Reminded me of how i felt with you-when we were still dating.
But then there was this pain growing in my chest,
and the more i thought about you, the more it progressed.
How can you give someone everything and they just walk away?
I dont know whats worse, saying goodbye, or those mind games you played.
This is the girl that i would have done anything for,
but none of that matters anymore.
I did everything i could to make and to keep her happy..
Then the pump clicked and brought me back into reality.
The pain that song brought, i couldnt belive.
I hung up the pump and stood there debating on...
If i should listen to the rest of the song.
As much as it hurt me, I just got in my truck and moved on.

Poem Submitted: Wednesday, July 14, 2010

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Comments about Our Song by Autumn Keele

  • Lilly White (7/14/2010 8:34:00 PM)

    This is a good one.

    Tell me no secrets
    Tell me no lies
    Come to my house
    And I'll feed you on flies

    Something like that.
    Have you heard this before?

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  • Lilly White (7/14/2010 8:32:00 PM)

    Autumn, your boyfriend wears makeup?

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