victoria bonker

Rookie (10/22/94 / new york state)

do you have any idea


Do you have any Idea
Do you know the pain you cause me?
Do you know how much I care for you?
Do you know how much I fear for your safety?
Do you know I don’t know what to do?
Do you know I need your help?
Do you I need you to save me?
Do you know I am scared you don’t want to save me?
Do you know I love you?
Well now you do
By victoria bonker

Submitted: Wednesday, May 05, 2010

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  • Rookie Leon Villegas (9/16/2011 2:15:00 AM)

    Nice write from hurt feelings. How about leaving the brokenhearter behind. Unless, you want to become the poet of amazing love tragrrrrrrrrrrrrry! . I can see you have the pen to write other themes. You're invited to read my poems and rate. Start with 'Quixote'. Til next. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Fernando Alvarez (5/5/2010 11:07:00 AM)

    Nice poem. I can relate to it. If you can and are interested you can read my poems YOU pt.1 YOU pt.2 and speacially YOU pt.3

    Regards

    Fernando (Report) Reply

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