Treasure Island

Allie Phillips


You and You Only


My heart is for you and you only
This ring means nothing
Just a band on my finger that says I'm taken
But I don't care if anyone asked
I would say I am yours even if I was not
No matter what I say to you or about you
Promise to not take it serious and leave me
Even if I say I hate you
You probably just hurt me or made me mad
I love you
I do not know why
And I cannot stop it
I just do
No matter how much you hurt me
I cannot leave you
No matter how hard I try
For we play the game of love
And so far we are winning against society
So ask yourself one question
Do you love me?

Submitted: Wednesday, February 19, 2014

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This poem was about a guy that is special to me, he was my first kiss and the one that got away. I remember him everyday and in everything I look at. I will never forget our adventure of trouble and love. I love you Tyler and I always will.

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