Bonnie B Long

Rookie (Chicago)

Tears - Poem by Bonnie B Long

Tears on my pillow crying for you
A friendship gone wrong what can I do
I need to accept this what else can be done
I needed your friendship back I haven’t won

So tears on my pillow I guess I will suffer
I no longer have you to be my buffer
I will not assume that this is true
But after two weeks what else can I do

I will not explode I will not be mad
I guess all I can do is feel oh so sad
Patience I have and wait I will do
Until that time when I do hear from you

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, March 15, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, February 2, 2011


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