Scott Salmon

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Some How We Fit Poem by Scott Salmon


I truley hope you're happy,
I'm trying not to brood,
If I told you how I felt,
You would likely think me rude,

But I'm not trying to be that,
I want to be a friend,
I wish your friendship in my life,
And pray it does not end,

You see you are quite special,
No matter where you sit,
In all the things one fact to me,
Some how we both do fit,

It's true I did not act so nice,
When you're with another guy,
I told you I could handle this,
I didn't mean to lie,

So if you could remember,
You asked if I would stay;
This is why I want you back,
I trust in things you say.

Next time when I call you,
When I catch you all alone,
Just think about the things we said,
Don't have a heart of stone,

You act like you don't know me.
And hang up on in my ear,
All I want is for you to say,
The truth to me my dear,

Do you think that I am,
Just a toy for you,
Do you feel the things you said,
Are things you'll never do,

You beat us both so badly
No winner to be seen,
I can't believe you cut me off,
Now girl that's just plain mean,

I think you might consider,
I'll visit you some day,
When I knock upon your door,
I wonder what you'll say,

You do not owe me nothin,
But this you must see true,
All the things you try to hide,
Will some day visit you,

SS

Submitted: Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Topic of this poem: sad love


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