Lindsey Pozenel

Rookie (November 10,1989 / Sheboygan, Wisconsin)

Tears On My Pillow - Poem by Lindsey Pozenel

The summer is here, but I know you are not
I'm sorry to say I don't miss you alot

The good times have come, but the bad ones have stayed
The fights just get worse with the games that we've played

You're the tears on my pillow, the dreams in my head
The shivers I get when I lay in my bed

A time always comes when you need to decide
Should we stay together or just let it slide?

My heart is defiant, won't let me return
It's time to let go and allow me to learn

Don't tell me it's fine to be treated that way
I do not desire to suffer and pay

You need to mature and realize some things
Like think before speaking and know that it stings

The damage is done and cannot be erased
Alone and confused with the thoughts I have faced

Fear has been placed in the depths of my soul
I need someone who will make me feel whole

My trust has dissolved and is hard to gain back
My feelings-fine porcelain, easy to crack

You should know the reason for why this is ending,
The 18 months told me we just weren't blending.


Comments about Tears On My Pillow by Lindsey Pozenel

  • (6/3/2007 7:08:00 AM)


    This should be a song. Good work. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 2, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, March 5, 2011


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