Erica Buxton

Rookie (Bangor, Maine)

Punk Rocker Boy - Poem by Erica Buxton

You go to concerts and raves.
If I'm there, you never wave.
You think I can't love you.
Just because I don't wear what you wear.
I don't like all the things you like.
I admit I would rather read, than do drugs.
I love my life, but without you likeing me,
part of my life will be stone.
You are my only drug.
You take my heart without knowing, or
caring.
You selfish boy. I wish you would see.
You could never love me like I love you.
Only because I complain that you won't
give me the time of day.


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  • (11/5/2005 4:27:00 PM)


    Dump him. 10 for honesty. Now you can truly see. Smiling Tai (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 5, 2005



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