Clarence Williams

(May 19,1980 / Washington, D.C)

I heard his heart


He I just wanted to run away from in my mind, but my heart just wouldn't allow me too.
I had some issues! ! ! because I became so sick of the game, so sick of others marketing  bs! ! ! In my pass  that I thought this guy was playing the game of pretend but his consistency was  just him! !  
And it was me pushing, him away because what I thought in my crazy little mind this had to be make believe! ! ! and that he's really acting!  He really didn't  liked me. But he did! ! ! he was loving me, for me. And i Kept  trying to find something in my mind too run him away for the sake of not facing hurt someday! ! So it can give me something to say. And truly I became the one whose pretending like I didn't
Like or love him and i did! ! ! Until the day he left! ! ! Because I refuse to see, to hear, his heart! , his spirit, his love for me! ! ! ! !  

And I was going crazy! I went too his home! and asked him to forgive me! from the bottom of my heart! Because I heard your spirit, I felt your heart, and I just ran because I  got scared of you! ! ! As man I was waiting for something that wasn't never their and the whole time it was me! the hurting person who was causing the hurt! ! ! please for give the crazy man you see! ! ! Whose so very crazy about the man that I see! ! Because I want too do better for us don't leave me yet ummm  I love you so very much! ! ! ! ! ! And realize that love still can rap you up like a warm blanket. And tears was pouring down from my face and his as well, then I  kissed everyone  that fell down his face and he for gave me!

Submitted: Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, November 13, 2013

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