Boyfriend Poem

I wrote this poem at school when my friends and I were talking about what we'll do after year 12. It suddenly hit me that because of my stupidity and paranoia, I made a terrible terrible mistake. I broke up with the one guy I've ever loved. And the thing that really makes me mad is that he gave me so many chances and I kept on letting my fear overtake my love for him. And even though my anxiety is sort of under control I know that we'll never be together again. ɛ

For Ty

© Jennifer
You poison me with your eyes,
Your lips curving drawing me in.
How can you trust me with all my lies,
Do you still love what's deep within?

I miss your breath against my neck,
How our fingers intertwined.
You'd kiss me goodbye with a tender peck,
Shooting chills upon my spine.

If only for a moment,
I can hold you close to me.
Feel your heart beat against my chest,
Fall into you immensely.

ɛ

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Published: Aug 2011

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