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Author Name: Freetruegirl 3 Comments
Date Added: January 08, 2005 14:01:07 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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What he didnt know
He was always so quiet never made a sound As he walked his eyes were always towards the ground He sat in the back of the room Hoping class would end soon For he couldn't stand looking at her While she was kissing some other He had a feeling deep inside A feeling he would constantly hide He loved that girl very much He always looked but never touched He was afraid of what she would say So he hoped she would notice him someday He wasn't the popular kind of guy He was a little weird and very shy After many months had passed He was ready at last He wrote her a letter telling her what he felt It said he loved her and she made his heart melt The next day his whole body shook When from his hand the letter she took He started walking away While thoughts went through his head of what she might say As he slept he couldn't wait To see what would come in tomorrows fate The next day as he walked trough his school He was repeatedly called a silly fool Everyone knew about the letter He felt his cheeks getting wetter He saw the girl and saw the shame in her eyes Almost like she wanted to cry But all he felt was hate And all this was too much for him to take And that night he scribbled a note That was the last thing he every wrote At his funeral the room was full of shame For every one was to blame His mother read the note aloud To the sad ans sorry crowd And it read the last thought that went through his head "I only wanted to love you" But what he didn't know was that the girl loved him too.
Author's Notes:
Dedicated to Thomas Marshall R.I.P we are all sorry
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Comments:
Comment By: Freecrying wolfe on January 19, 2005 12:01:41 PM Report
Ohhhh this poem made me cry and sent shivers through my whole body...its tough growing up...you are a very gifted writer...sigh..this poem brought back a few memories....

Wolfe...
Comment By: FreeChristina on January 9, 2005 01:34:18 AM Report
wow this poem brought tears to my eyes..very good lessen in it and very well written.
Comment By: PremiumJoe McNinney on January 8, 2005 04:32:37 PM Report
this has to be one of the best you have written thus far,this is powerful and sad and ironic,great poem whitney,i consider myself a man without emotion and i was touched by this,joe




 


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