chelsi Ruffing

Rookie - 1 Points (may 9th 1991 / PA)

Somthing I Have To Say - Poem by chelsi Ruffing

Memories are mint to last
It’s about the fun we had in the past
Like running down the street in the rain
We seem to share the same pain
Missing you so much each day!
Now its like we are drifting away
It’s like your gone
I don’t sleep I’m up till dawn
A nightmare that never seems to end
Now I have to pretend
Losing the biggest part of my heart
Now it’s all in tiny parts
Trying hard not to cry
The same thing keeps replaying in my head why?
You’re the reason I held my grip
Now I’m about to slip
Wishing we could go back
My world now is nothing but black
Life to me is nothing but a test
I wish I could lay in my bed and rest
As tears fall and fall
I wish you could hear me call
I keep our memories in a frame
Knowing things will never be the same
The light in my heart has burned out
Your name is what I want to shout
But you will never hear me
And no one will ever see
Needing you here
But you all the way over there
Some people are just so blind
Even when you give that one sign
Staying so very strong
But in my heart everything feels so wrong

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  • (8/2/2006 2:48:00 PM)

    A poem from your heart. From someone who feels the same... Lesa (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 2, 2006

Poem Edited: Friday, August 20, 2010

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