Steven Harris


She Was The One.


And she walks in through the door
she walks past my table
her smile, her eyes, her legs
I cant stop looking
I know she is coming special
but I cant go over
my friends dont see her but i do
but I have to stay here
I cant say hello
she cant see me
I'm invisible
if I went over she'll walk off
so i'll stay here and admire her
but maybe she wont walk off
maybe I need to make myself herd
I dont no what to do
shes lighting up the room
her smile, her eyes, her legs
my eyes just cant move from her
she walks past the table again
she looks and smiles
I'm numb, i cant move
shes the one
but shes leaving
walking out to go somewhere else
i missed my chance
what a fool
she was there and i did nothing
when we move on maybe she'll be in the next place
maybe then will be the chance.

Submitted: Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Edited: Thursday, April 04, 2013

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