don't ever ask

Perpetual Frustration. - Poem by don't ever ask

I saw you again,
With your usual disdain,
And your hostile smile,
Was completely worthwhile.
The sound of your voice,
In which I solely rejoice,
The look of your eyes,
Conveying a disguise.
You were laughing and drinking,
Clouding my logical thinking.
Amiable and cold,
I can’t but behold,
And to touch your skin,
Seems like a sin.
As crazy as it all may be,
I only want you to look at me,
I’m clean of the lies,
A heart that’s now wise.
The smoke rises,
Bringing surprises,
The admiration I feel,
From you I’ll conceal,
I don’t act by design,
I just want you to be mine.
I can’t but care a lot,
Even if you want it not.
A hopeless situation,
Perpetual frustration,
You’re my salvation,
Object of my admiration.
Things like this shall remain,
I can’t even complain,
Even if you feel hate,
For you I’ll always await.

Comments about Perpetual Frustration. by don't ever ask

  • (5/1/2006 2:59:00 PM)

    yes excellent poem, what arielle said is also true for me. keep your heart pure and the light inside.

    Take care,
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  • (5/1/2006 2:07:00 PM)

    I really enjoy reading youre poems........I know how it feels to love someone so much and find out what they feel for you is not the same! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! keep up the good work! ! ! ! ! !
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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 1, 2006

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