Noorjala Ocasio


You Were - Poem by Noorjala Ocasio

You used to be valued,
You were worth more than money could buy

You were worth love
You were worth the smile on my face
You were worth the first shy glances

You were worth my favorite song
You were worth my favorite flavor
You were worth my favorite color
You were worth my favorite movie
You were worth my favorite childhood memory

You were worth the walks home and small adventures
You were worth our first date
You were worth the sweet kisses we shared
Even the one in the rain
You were worth my trust
You were worth my purity

You were worth the times i placed my head on your shoulder
You were worth the midnight calls
You were worth the family greetings

You were worth my heartbreak
You were worth the tears on my cheek
You were worth your broken promise
You were worth the loss of my respect
You were my frowns
You were worth my depression

You were worth everything until
You were worth nothing,
Nothing at all


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 2, 2008

Poem Edited: Tuesday, December 2, 2008


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