Natasha Elizabeth Beatrice Williams

Rookie (30/11/1994 / Birmingham)

Am I right?


It's the middle of the night.
As always.
Thoughts are running around my head.
As always.
You're in there.
As always.

I take deep breaths.
Breaths.
Am I doing the right thing?
Things?
Is being with you ok?
Really ok?

I love people.
More than just platonic.
They're all my lovers in my head.

Is being with you right?
Am I doing the right thing?
Things?

I love you all so much.
You're all the things I need.
I'd die if I lost you.
Any of you.
Just takes one.
To break my heart again.

Can a heart love this way?
More than once?
Obvious can.
Am I doing the right thing?
Things?

Marry me?
Yes...
Well, what about the others?
Marry me?
Now I don't know.
NOW I'm confused.

Am I doing the right thing?
Things?

Submitted: Wednesday, August 28, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 29, 2013

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Comments about this poem (Am I right? by Natasha Elizabeth Beatrice Williams )

  • Freshman - 1,688 Points S.zaynub Kamoonpuri (8/31/2013 12:40:00 AM)

    Wow a nice lyrical poem! Enjoyable to read. When its someone's man then we do hav to b wary i guess. ;) pls do review my latest a hair poem. (Report) Reply

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