Mikey Bachman

Rookie - 165 Points (June 1,1991 / California)

Estrella


I remember fondly, on nights
When I was out with my friends
All those years ago.
Nights that were calmer than most others
When my friends and I were relaxing
At the end of my street.
I would sit at the curb
And lay my back against the sidewalk.
I would look up at the stars and the moon and I would wonder
If you were looking back at me through the same sky
At the same stars, at the same moon.

I used to think about you all the time like that.
I think it stuck with me after we took Spanish together in high school
And you chose your class name to be Estrella.
That name for you still rings with truth inside me.
You are my star, and you always will be.

Submitted: Saturday, January 25, 2014

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I wrote this a while ago while I was still having a lot of trouble getting over my ex.

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