Alyssa Lynn


She Said He Said - Poem by Alyssa Lynn

She told him she was scared, and nothing but unprepared. He told her he didn’t care, that all he wanted to do was love her. She told him it wasn’t the time, he pulled her close and whispered in her ear “I want you to be mine”. She told him your being a fool why can’t you just follow the rules? He told her rules were meant to be broken, promises were made just to try to believe. “I’m the boy who’ll keep you guessing, the one who only wants to love you no strings attached”. She pondered, as he waited for a response to come, there was something about this girl that drove him crazy. “Oh baby please just trust me, I could be your fantasy, everything you could ever need please don’t walk away, just stay” he said. She said you don’t get it I’m scared your words won’t be true that its nothing but a allusion, I don’t want to be a fool, a fool to fall for you. He said “it’s too late I’ve already fallen for you”, he told her “baby I can’t guarantee that everything I say will get you to trust me but I’m glad your skeptical about me, it means you care about yourself and not just me.” “But don’t you ever want to just jump just to feel the danger”

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  • (2/1/2010 12:09:00 AM)


    love of words into emotion to fill
    baby please just trust me, I could be your fantasy, everything you could ever need please don’t walk away, just stay” he said. She said you don’t get it I’m scared your words won’t be true that its nothing but a allusion, I don’t want to be a fool, a fool to fall for you. He said “it’s too late I’ve already fallen for you”, he told her “baby I can’t guarantee
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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 31, 2010



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