Don't Tell Her

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Gay and Lesbian  |  House: Booksie Classic

Another poem for the Love of my life, Heather. I pray one day she understands how much I love her and the sacrifices I made to be with her. Life seems to have turned to grey without her.

Tell her a story, Tell her the honest truth. In my honest mind, I just wanted you..

Tell her she's lovely, Hold her so close. Tell her she's pretty, Love her the most.

But pressure is pressure, Tell her no lies. Leave her; but see her Struggle to survive.

Tell her a story, Honestly, Do. In her honest mind she wants only you. . Games and pretend feelings Hitting the wall. Did you tell her you love her, Just to see her fall.?

No, I don't believe it. No, I don't at all. Come back to me, I'll hold you tight in arms.

Keep you safe and sound, Safe from all harm. Just like I did so many nights before.

But she's leaving now... Who knows what's in store. Tell her you'll miss her, You want her more.

Don't Tell her your breaking Without her support. Don't tell her your aching, Say nothing more.

Don't watch her go. But if you don't you'll never know. You'll never see the look on her face, Wondering if she remembers Your first date. You'll never see the tears Rolling like waves Down the cheeks of an angel No sadness could explain. You'll see only stoic expression, really. She won't show you pain Or how she is feeling. She's not coming back now, She'll give you the truth. She only wants to be done with you.

She's walking away, To be someone else. Going up north to be by herself. Signing her life for a time, Just to leave... She won't tell you honest, Is this what it means.?

So don't say you love her, She won't say it too.. Tell her a story, Tell her a lie to get through.


Submitted: November 04, 2014

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