Emma Sielberman


I still remember


I always need in you
It doesn't matter what I do
In my dreams we are together
I wish this night was forever
I look at you and I guess you hear my heart pace
This is one Earth for us, we are in the same place
'What are you doing'? I cry through the tears
Which rolling down my pale face
I feel you everywhere I go, even through the haze
Even through the blaze
And flame
I feel this wind in my hair
I imagine it's your breath, it's just despair
It's not your blame
And shame
I still remember how you went away
One of the summer day
You got, I don't want to let you go
You get, I won't do it anymore
This poem goes right from my mind
I get, last years we both were little blind
Don't care, It was in the past but now
It's all behind

Submitted: Wednesday, January 15, 2014
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I was writing this poem when I fell in love with one boy from school.

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