Bobby Pask


I Can't - Poem by Bobby Pask

I can't
Keep this going.
There won't be a triumphant
Crowning.

I need you
But know better.
You have to do
What will truly matter.

I won't take you
Away from them.
Won't make you start anew
With naught but a small gem.

You have a
Family.
Who am I to say
He isn't part of the tree?

Your child
Comes first.
If I come in, it may seem mild
But, it could end up the worst.

I want you
I need you.
But I can't do
What he can do.

It scares me
How much I care.
But you can see
So I can dare.

You are the one
I stay awake for.
I have to be gone
Before he comes in the door.

This fight
Is making me pant.
I have no might.
I just can't.

Topic(s) of this poem: love


Comments about I Can't by Bobby Pask

  • Weldon Davis Weldon Davis (1/1/2016 12:30:00 AM)

    I like the conflict of the story and the emotion it entails... keep writing from that place Mr Pask..Good work (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 31, 2015



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