courtney helm

Someday He'Ll Remember Me - Poem by courtney helm

He keeps breaking my heart,
He's tearing me apart,
I wish he'd see,
That it is he,
Who holds the key,
To me,
I'm standing right here,
And now I'm shedding a tear,
Because of him,
And now I fear,
Will he do it again?
I can't get him out of my head,
I remember everything we said,
I feel dead,
I wish he knew,
I wish he'd get a clue,
That there's someone who,
Will catch him when he falls,
And come whenever he calls,
I wish he knew that when he runaways,
I'll run with him,
I'm the one,
Who will tell the truth when there's horrible lies,
And will hold him when he cries,
And will stand up for him,
Even if no one else will,
And I'll talk to him on the phone,
For hours,
Just me and him alone,
I want him to know I'll be there for him when no one else will,
But he doesn't seem to love me,
But I'll still love him,
And still be there,
There when he sheds a tear,
Just like I have tonight,
Because I care,
and I want him to know that he's the person that's on my mind,
from morning to night,
and i wish i could rewind,
the night we talked,
And he might not know it,
But he gives me some wonderful feelings,
The ones I get,
I cannot explain,
And I don't know why I love him,
I mean he gives me a lot of pain,
But he also gives me hope,
And maybe, just maybe,
Someday, he'll remember me.

Comments about Someday He'Ll Remember Me by courtney helm

  • (11/14/2007 9:34:00 PM)

    wow thats a very heartfelt poem...and i'd also like to say, yes he will remember you, he does remember you, and he always will remember you, because he will never be able to forget someone who loves him as much as you do (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Poem Edited: Monday, April 25, 2011

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