Jennie Supermad


Three, x


I love you because you distract me from reality,
you take me away somewhere we can be free.
Somewhere, where there's only you & me,
Somewhere far, a place only we can be.

When I hear your voice, I feel my heart skip a beat.
Making it a little harder for me to breathe.

Maybe in time,
you will agree.
That I was made for you,
& you were made for me..

I don't know why, but this time I believe,
that I wont run away, from you I'll never leave.
I never thought that something like this would be,
eating away my past, making me see reality.

You've given me hope, some self esteem.
Makes me feel stronger, like I'm supreme.

The smile on your face is warming me
like the rays of a sun beam,
I still fear one day I'll wake up,
& this will all just be a dream.

You make my knees weak, but at the same time I feel strong.
Like this is somewhere, I know I belong.
That no matter what I do, it will never feel wrong.
I'm hoping this lasts, like an endless beat in a song.

By Jennie Gosden
28 April 2013

Submitted: Monday, April 29, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, April 30, 2013
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