chelsi Ruffing

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

The Truth Unwines Its Self - Poem by chelsi Ruffing

As if I were in a sweet never ending dream
I don’t have to wait Nor can I scream
Its all almost unreal
The warmth from love is what I feel
He kisses me so sweet upon the lips
Sending shivers all over down to my finger tips
When you wrap me in your arms
Its almost like nothing can hurt me in life’s harm
The in brace of being next to you
Its like its only us two
Falling asleep under the stars in the middle of night
Nothing in life can more right
When the rain starts to fall
We still lay there in the center of it all
Laying there for what seems like forever
Promising to never be with another
Its so hard to really see
That you really want to spend the rest of your life with me
As each day passed by
I started thinking why
Then it all hit me at once
There has been something wrong for months
I realize I was believing your lie
Now I am so shocked I can’t help but to cry
Was this all just a dream?
Now all I want to do is scream
I can’t believe I saw you with she
When all along you were saying you love me
I guess after all the lies the truth is not to far behind
Maybe that’s something I never wanted to find
What’s worse about it all is that was my best friend
You kissed her knowing if I knew I would never mend
Now I stand here trying to put that memory last
Because that’s something in my past
Yet for some damn reason you still have my heart
Even though its only a tiny part
I left with the words unspoken
Never letting you know you left me broken
The greatest feeling of our first kiss
Now the worse feeling of love to miss
You said how you felt so bad
But from the start you I never had
The piercing pain
What happen to the stuff said in the rain?

(something they thought would stay hidden)

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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 13, 2006

Poem Edited: Saturday, October 16, 2010

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