Louie Thompson

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Wanting More - Poem by Louie Thompson

Out of this world
is where I want to be
You're the only person in my life
that I truly want to see.

But seeing you with her
just makes reality hurt.
I think my heart has slowly died
making my soul turn to dirt.

The pain inside
I thought would go away
but instead this pain of mine
has decided to stay.

I can't take this life anymore
I just want to be free.
My life used to be so perfect,
but now I'm not even me.

The world has turned
upside down infront of me,
I don't know how
I could let this be.

I used to stay
that no guy could do this.
Make me hate the world
while dreaming about our first kiss.

Life is unfair
and this I know.
But my feelings inside
are just too hard to show.

I want you to know
exactly how I feel.
I want you to know this feelings
are nothing but real.

But I'm afraid you wont care
and you'll turn your back on me.
I'll tell you somday
I'll tell you eventually.

I hope to god
you'll understand
and I also secretly hope
that you'll gently take my hand

and tell me everything is ok
and that you're there for me
but right now I'm with her
and this is how it has to be

I'll take you back
but not right now
and don't make death
life's final bow.

I still love you
deeply inside
don't take your feelings
and put them aside.

I still care how you feel
and you should know.
I'll be here for you with love
that will always show.

Comments about Wanting More by Louie Thompson

  • (4/16/2006 4:22:00 PM)

    Very beautiful, meaningful, deep...
    I have drowned into this poem, I have surrendered to it, and now it is so hard to come back to reality!

    ~~Elya Thorn~~
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  • (4/16/2006 4:10:00 PM)

    It is all very ironic indeed.
    I'm impressed, bravo
    Gaurded Heart
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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 16, 2006

Poem Edited: Tuesday, May 30, 2006

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