Makayla Smith

There Was Never A Chance - Poem by Makayla Smith

There was never a chance
I knew from the start
That the moment I saw you
I wanted your heart

The pain inflicted on you
Was right there for me to see
But I bet nobody saw it
Nobody but me

So I smiled and laughed when you pretended not to care
And I let you think I didn't know you
It was so hard to stay away
But it's what I had to do

Because you weren't a free man
She had you hooked like a fish
And I could where the poison was
It had to be her kiss

So I waited and waited and I tried to stay away
But I found you in your friend
And I realized how wrong that was
And I had to let I end

And then luckily you saw me
And you asked around
And three days later
On my phone screen it's your name that I found
And now we've been together a year
And you realize what a fool you were
For ever thinking your heart
Was ever to be with her

And you've got a ring
That goes on my left hand
So I've got you for forever
At least as long as I can

So there was never a chance
I knew right from the start
From the moment I saw you
I've wanted your heart

Topic(s) of this poem: Love

Poet's Notes about The Poem

My boyfriend and I have been together for a year. He now plans to as my dad if he can give me a promise ring. Because he says I am his savior. I was the only person who cared about him, and I was a stranger. I waited a year for him, he was with his child's mother (shut up its the 21st century) so I found him in his best friend. He was a coward, probably because he knew Caleb liked me (my now boyfriend) One day I found out they had broken up and the very day he got my number. One month later I was his and he was mine. We fight like cats and dogs, we've have problems but I want him forever. Im just a teen and I've found my husband. (How do you know)

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 3, 2014

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