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Nolan's Jump

Poetry By: ana jester

This is a poem I wrote last year in December. Nolan is a homeless young guy just looking for acceptance and love.

Submitted:Oct 31, 2010    Reads: 33    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   

Oh Nolan, you were the pride in your mother's eyes, And that's why it was hard for her to leave her goodbyes. You grew alone and fell away from the world; It is so hard to tell tears from the fake my dear. Oh sweethearted Nolan, you grew into a gentleman, Giving and not taking you would never leave or run. Nolan, you hold all so closely and tight, And you'll always know wrong and right. Nolan, loving Nolan, you are like a modern Robin Hood, Giving to the poor and homeless when you have nothing, you are to be understood. And charming like young Romeo to your Juliet. Nolan, you will always be let anywhere you want to go, Young heartfelt Nolan, you love the one so much it hurts; Too bad she doesn't realize how much you try. Oh dear loving Nolan, hair as dark as night and eyes that shine like stars, Is it believing that you were stolen? With the life you got, you would trade with anyone. Loving, caring Nolan, you'll never let your love get away, Nolan, will you let me stay or would you go away? Love sick Nolan, you gave your heart before leaving, From daybreak you left and still gone by evening. Upon a cliff, you stood and was just about to fall adrift; You made me promise that my eyes would lift, Just so you could see me smile. My only true love, Nolan, please don't jump for the sake of my heart, Will you listen and return... Or am I too late?


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