Patrick Shields

Rookie (November 11th,1987 / Las Vegas)

Who Do You Love? - Poem by Patrick Shields

You must make a choice now the decision can't wait
Which guy will you love until the day you day me or him?
You must choose because I'm so vulnerable in this shattered state
Because to tell you the truth I don't want to be heartbroken again

Every time you tell me you still lobe me it feels like salt on an open wound
I mean do you like to torture me do you like to see me suffer
So I'm basically at the mercy of your choice if not now than soon
I know who you’re going to choose and it'll turn into one of my blunders

I just wish it didn't have to turn out the way it's going to
Because sweetie I just want to hold you in my arms again
I just can't put into words how much I still love you
But I know I must keep these feelings secret from you my ex-girlfriend

It's just I'm dreaming about us still being together
We're back at the place that we met that cold December day
I just wish it wasn't a dream because I want to be with you forever
I just wish I could explain to you how much I still love you Rae

Although I know you can never love me the way you did before
I just really wish that I could just overdose on random pills
i just honestly think it would be better if I wasn't around anymore
Or if someone with at least half a heart would have me killed

But you beg me to stay alive and I really don't know why
But I guess even though it kills me I just have to stay here
Deep down I just wish I could give you my last goodbye
Just know that every time you say you love me you fill me with fear

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 24, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 16, 2011

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