Secondary Institution - Poem by Shernay Belt
I started FRESH man
Wearing my heart on top of my chest and
Waiting for someone to come and save me from the rest land
I was looking for someone to love me
But in my times of sealed lips and skinny hips
I wasn't lovely
And just when I thought I couldn't be SOFT more
I let my first love walk out
Opening new doors
To a heart that met me thirteen hours and a full moon away
Happiness exploded and left me no words to say
Until anger embedded itself in his love
He felt no remorse for me
Pain was overwhelming, and I was forced to leave
Right before my birthday
Sometime in JUNE, your...
Recognition of my importance came late
Had me looking for a hero
All of them, I made wait
Holding off for you, but you never came...
Flirting crafted easy for me
But this one I saw potential in his arms
I could feel he was lonely too...
Had me doing something timidness wouldn't allot me to do
Yearning for his attention, in full pursuit
You should have SEEN her
Better yet to have seen him
Craving for my lips, my touch and then...
I guess I came too close to his soul
Before we met again, he let me go...
Implosions in my chest, so I knew it was love
Couldn't cry long, by now I had enough
My battle lasted briefly, until he found me
Quirky, I thought I found a grounding
He stole everything I stood for
And spent my morals
Stood high on a pedestal
But now I stand lower...
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