Rainbow After The Storm
Author: Tara Barnwell
I thought you loved me,
I thought you cared
Then I seen you holding hands,
With another girl.
You broke my heart,
Tore my soul in two
And no matter how much I try,
I can't fit the pieces back together.
My life just doesn't seem the same,
Now your gone.
I've been missing you terribly,
Even though you did me wrong.
I want it to be,
Just the way it was before.
I want you to hold my hand again,
Just the way you used to.
I want you to tell me you love me,
I wish upon the brightest wishing star,
Which shines on the darkest nights,
That you still love me,
Cause no matter how much I try,
I can't stop loving you.
I want you back in my life again,
Cause all that use to matter,
Was you and me,
And the rainbow after the storm.
Out of all the things in my life,
Your loves the last thing I want to say I have lost.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Julia (220.127.116.11) -- Tuesday, December 3 2002, 06:19 am|
ok, i don't want to be mean, but if the poem is from past experience, if you saw him holding hands with an other girl, he's an as, deal with it. he doesnt love you and you've most likley confused a physical attraction with a mental connection. it he really means something to you and you mean something to him, then he wouldnt have cheated on you. and lets face it, not all guys are perfect loving souls who will love you forever, it just doesnt work that way. no effense, but life goes on, find an other guy who wont mess you up like that.
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