I once loved this girl
Whose smile shone like a pearl, And at the school dance With every glance, She could make the boys stare With her elegant swirl.
She had the most perfect scent
With a busty set of thighs, And a look that could mesmerise, Once you stared deep Into her bright Portuguese eyes.
You were my princess and I your knight,
Who couldn’t save you in the end. Until one long ago cursed night When I lost you as a lover, And as a friend.
She was a bit younger,
By almost three full years, But none of it mattered For I was envied by all of my peers.
I was only seventeen,
About half my life now, But in love head over heels. Little did I know, That this would be the girl to cause A heartache which never heals. Masterful interpretation on @$@love Purposeful words about Heartache Honorable thoughts on Loss
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Human, a bit odd at times, and miserably happy.
Hero never whispers, makes all clear Before man born were in ancient world lies? They say it wasn’t solid transmission Words been spoken aloud Slow pictures out of focus getting sharp Surrounded stiffness of plenty spikes You live in the
Never Do Enough You will never do enough for some people in this world cause there being blinded by sin, self & Satan just be the best that you could be you take out the garbage & fold the clothes
I write this poem for my life, My love Which can never be mine She walks in style and her smile is fine But I know she will never be mine I stand alone in the rain Everytime I feel
You will hunt for my truth in the hearts of the men you seek You will reach out for my arms at night when its cold, finding nothing but space and time cloaked with sorrow. You will comb the crowds
the first time I saw you I knew I’d love you forever because I knew I’d loved you before I was certain you’d haunt my days and swallow my nights you once seemed to love me back but you grew