Kayla Barker


Sweet Nothings - Poem by Kayla Barker

I don't want your whispers,
Of sweet nothings in my ear.

I want...
To carve our love into your belly,
Carve a heart into your arm.

I don't want sweet nothings,
I want permanent reminders,
Scars.

A symbol everlasting
In which will never dim.
Those pleasantries shall disappear,
so why bother to sigh into my ear?


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 9, 2010



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