A Million Minutes Ago

Poem by: foreverhis

Summary

But I remember a time
When I was as much yours as you were mine

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Submitted: December 14, 2012

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Submitted: December 14, 2012

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Can’t I just remember in peace?

Without falling to pieces?

Sighing, I gaze out the window

A million miles away and with you now.

 

You see me and who I am.

I see you and who we were,

So long ago,

A blur.

 

Seeing you walk right by

I don’t even exist.

But I remember a time

When I was as much yours, as you were mine.

 

Seeing her with you, close my eyes and it’s me.

A dreamy haze, gazing into your hazel eyes

Before you lean in and claim my lips for yours,

Open my eyes and the tears and pain pours.

 

Wait! I wasn’t done!

We’re forever unfinished business baby

I wish you hadn’t run

Because you still drive me crazy.

 

Can’t I just remember in peace?

Without falling to pieces?

Sighing I gaze out the window,

A million miles away,

A million minutes ago,

A happy day

Before you decided to go.


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But I remember a time
When I was as much yours as you were mine
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