Ray Mesa

Rookie (5/17/89 / Grand Forks)

Prairie: Treatment Poem Collection - Poem by Ray Mesa

Unlike you, I see my flaws
Unlike you, I've seen my mistakes
I'm so different compared to you
but some how we are the same

I've seen your scars, your pain and faith
I've seen your eyes full of hate
I was there to see you fall

And was there when you crawled
I am here now, just to see you bawl
But I show you sympathy, between our calls
And i know you don't see it but i need you now

Signs Are Reflecting Around Her
I have only memories of loveing you
Now I bleed until i am sure
This has became so untrue

On this sidewalk, we say our goodbyes
And I tried I really did
But I'm sorry, I leave you tonight
I can't say i hate you becuase i never did

But I will say I love you, As long as you do too
And I will say I'll miss you, as long as you do too

On these Prairie soil, I leave everyone
with tears in my eyes
Above the world, I'll miss your kiss
and fear that you lied

The wind feels like recoil, My secound thoghts preexists
You always taught me to see these signs
sucide smells like rose oil, But it is a bitch
so watch me fall down, i'll watch you next october night

So give me up, You will be allright
I leave you without sound, but I'm still right here
so closeup on what was real and right
remeber the time we had and kisses we shared, untill we meet i say adieu

remeber i will always have and I will always love you.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 8, 2006

Poem Edited: Thursday, July 22, 2010

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