Kelsea Osterman


Can You


Can you look me in the eyes.
Can you tell me you love me.
Can you say it over and over again.
Can you really say it and mean it.
Cause I can.
I can say I love you.
I can say it over and over again.
Can you really look at me and lie.
Can you tell me a lie and think things are ok.
But really can you look me in the eyes
And tell me that she means nothing to you.
Can you tell me everything that you told her.
Can you tell me I'm as special as her.
Can you tell me you'll never hurt me.
Can you really promise me that you'll never hurt me.
Cause I know I could never hurt you.
I know I love you to much.
Your special to me no matter what.
So, can you really look me in the eyes,
And tell me you truely love me.

Submitted: Saturday, November 27, 2010
Edited: Sunday, April 10, 2011
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  • Rookie - 5 Points Derek Haughton (3/31/2014 3:51:00 AM)

    A poem, that is it shows the obsessive nature of love and insecurity rather than telling the reader 'I'm obsessed and insecure though I love deeply.' as so many on this site do. One of my own obsessions is (to should be too in the fourth last line) proof reading! (Report) Reply

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