Shyann Court

Rookie (Dec.20,1988 / Nürnberg)

Saying Goodbye To My Innocence - Poem by Shyann Court

I was 17 and you were 21
By that point, my life had come undone
I was searching for a realization
But all i seemed to dig up was regrets

I still see your firey red hair
And feel your loving stare
Your arms tight around my waist
Snuggled by the midnight fire

All it took was that gental kiss
And i wanted to give to you the last of my innocent bliss
You craddled me in your arms
And i held on tight

Your breathing grew heavy
And i held steady
I felt my tears fall from my eyes
And you pushed my pain deep inside

When all was said and done
I knew this love was past the point of fun
You rolled over
And from under the blanket you pulled out a black box

Tonight was the night
When i no longer would lose my fights
I had you by my side
When i had to tell my innocence goodbye

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Poem Submitted: Monday, February 26, 2007

Poem Edited: Sunday, January 23, 2011


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