Just Walk Away
Just a lil girl, not much to say.
Was made fun of each day.
Threw the laughter and remarks.
I just told myself walk away.
Growing up was so hard to do.
That girl noone saw threw.
Lonely and sad just gliding threw
Heart was broken, never seemed to be unspoken.
when all else failed i just kept walking away.
College years, and so many more tears.
You came along, thought youd be long gone.
Figure you'd be another one that just walked away.
You stayed by myside, for all you could.
Then they called you up and you had to go.
As you left to board the plane a kiss a hug.
A quick wave goodbye; then you turned to leave
You just kept walking away.
Never looked back not one glance.
More heart was breaking, my soul was aching,
you never looked back, you just kept walking away.
Walking away to that world unknown. I know you'll
be walking back my way soon.
I found another that could turn my head,
make me feel special and say all the things you said.
But I keep walking away. Knowing you'll come back to me one day.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Meridian (188.8.131.52) -- Tuesday, March 30 2004, 07:29 pm|
I like your poem on Love, "Just Walk Away"! Man, you're good! Keep it up!
|barb (184.108.40.206) -- Saturday, April 3 2004, 02:26 pm|
I loved this poem tricia. very good thanks for sharing your thoughts.
|Tricia (220.127.116.11) -- Thursday, April 8 2004, 01:37 am|
Thanks so much for the feed back on my poem. Brings a smile to my face that i can touch someone else. Sorry didnt write back sooner been rather busy husband is coming home finally on the 16th of this month. Thank you again and you guys keep up the good work.
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