Treasure Island

Kelsea Osterman


Seeing The True Me


Just a simple Hi from you is all I need,
and then instantly my face lights up.
I just can't help but smile when,
I'm talking to you, laughing with you,
And even fighting with you.
Life can't seem to get any better.
Day by day,
Night by night
I wait for you to see.
See what is truly me.
As much as I want to share,
I've said this all before.
He's perfect he's wonderful,
and they are tired of hearing it.
But when I talk about you it's different.
I feel alive, and I just can't seem to stop smiling.
It feels so weird to feel this way.
To feel like for once I could maybe complete.
But again as the days go by,
and the nights draw near,
I worry that you'll finally see me.

Submitted: Friday, August 23, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 26, 2013
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