Jasmine Moreth

(3/11/94 / westerville, ohio)

You make me Feel


You make me feel something i havent
you make me feel, something i have never felt in my whole life
you make me feel something that no one but you can make me feel you make me feel pain
love
hatred
and saddness
but in the end...
you make me feel
important
on top of the world
and in grace
and that is why in the end
i make you feel the same
as me
because that is why you are there
you are there to make me feel

Submitted: Friday, May 06, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, May 18, 2011

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  • Cari Isdonewith Gettinghurt! (5/9/2011 12:11:00 PM)

    awhhh ive felt like that sooo many times...someone causing soo much pain but in the end you feel soo important and needed....i like your poem girl. (Report) Reply

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