Alone in the car a familiar song starts
I catch myself thinking of you once more
Your car rolls by, but alas you're not inside
The lights green, I must go
I forget again, the way things should have been
My day goes on
At the store someone says your name
I can't breath, my heart skips a beat
It's not you, I arrive at my car, once more I forget
I catch myself thinking of you in conversation
I recall the good times and I laugh
You make me smile, even when you are absent from my life
You make me cry, though I hardly see you
My phone rings, it's your name
I smile like in the past, now, it's not the same
Of course, HER, yeah she's great
The love of your life, that part I hate
A party how fun, I'll get to see your new hun.
We just fell in LOVE, her voice rings out
Does she know who she's talking to?
The one who helped him become stronger than he was?
The one who helped him through his hard times?
The only one who was around when everyone had run?
The one he forgot about....
Oh a kiss, for me?
Oh great i get to see.
Bells are in your future?
My car is calling, as my mind tells me enough
My crooked smile, my; that was tough.
A small tear down my face as his house disappears in my rear view mirror
I'll never think of him again
It's over, whatever.
A new day, to work I go
I follow his car to work, he's not in it
How I love him so.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|well wisher (126.96.36.199) -- Thursday, August 16 2007, 08:23 am|
You're a good writer Shira. I can relate to your poems, 'coz I too miss my girl a lot. We broke up few yrs back but I still cannot get over it. I know it must have been hard for her as well but i hope she is happy.
Also good luck with your life.
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